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Degree Inclusive Deodorant Packaging Design for Consumers with Disabilities

Degree has come up with inclusive hooked container for its Deodorant, which is specially designed of one-handed usage, it’s called Degree Inclusive. People with disabilities can be said as the largest minority group in the world, in U.S.A alone, there’s one in four people to have a disability, yet most personal care products often overlook […]



Degree Inclusive Deodorant Packaging Design for Consumers with Disabilities is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design

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