The visual character of the alphabetical design that I did for the Yoruba people is actually universal.
Even those who are visually challenged can experience it in a tactile form as braille characters.
The universality of the Yoruba alphabets is not only original and innovative, it makes numbers easier to learn, write, and master for children.
For example, in the picture 7 + 8 = 15. In this Arabic design, the writing is not visual. When you view the universal writing of the Yoruba script, simply count the lines, and a child can easily see the seven marks as well as the eight marks to arrive at fifteen.
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