The print issue in January uses a different design each year. In 2020, the print issue is driven by inclusive design and low-vision principles. TAB aims to produce an equitable and engaging experience for readers with diverse sight abilities. William Moon developed an embossed reading system for the blind in 1840 that was less complex than Braille and therefore easier to learn. Color blocking was applied by Oliver Byrne in 1847 in the Elements of Euclid for ease of learning. This year’s print issue of TAB draws from both these developments in its design.
Online issues appear in March, May, July, September, and November. This year, online issues—as well as the new TAB website more generally—draw elements from the design of the print issue.
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TAB 8.1 (January 2020)
Special Print Issue
12 and 13
Maram Al-Masri, translated by Hélène Cardona
EASTER DIORAMA: TWO BILLION PEEPS A YEAR
WHAT SURVIVES, WHAT IS REPLACED
WHAT SHOULD HAPPEN AFTER A TRAGEDY
The content of our print issues is not available online in its entirety; this issue is still available and can be requested using the Contact form.