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Accessible NCAA Bracket

Braille can be used in so many ways and this NCAA bracket is a great example of how it can make sports and popular events accessible to all.

Basketball fans are deeply absorbed in March Madness as the NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) Basketball Tournament.  In case you don’t follow it, the “Bracket” refers to a tree diagram that represents the series of games played during a knockout tournament.  A bracket is not accessible to braille readers and I made this accessible bracket for my clients at the North Carolina Center for the Blind.

NCAA Bracket Challenge

NCAA bracket in braille on cinderblock wall

Close up view of NCAA bracket in braille

Close up of NCAA bracket key with braille

Close up of NCAA bracket in braille

 

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