Sutton SignWriting

Sutton SignWriting

Sutton SignWriting, or SignWriting, was created in 1974 by Valerie Sutton. It uses visual symbols to represent the handshapes, movements, and facial expressions of signed languages. SignWriting is based on Sutton DanceWriting, a notation system for representing dance movements which Valerie Sutton developed in 1972. (...)

Sutton SignWriting, or SignWriting, was created in 1974 by Valerie Sutton. It uses visual symbols to represent the handshapes, movements, and facial expressions of signed languages. SignWriting is based on Sutton DanceWriting, a notation system for representing dance movements which Valerie Sutton developed in 1972. (...)

The Moon alphabet was invented by Dr. William Moon (1818-1894). Dr Moon lost his sight completely at the age of 21 after being partially sighted throughout his childhood. He learnt all the embossed reading systems available at the time but found them unsatisfactory so invented his own system. He brought out his first booklet in the new alphabet, 'The Last Days of Polycarp', in 1847.

The Moon alphabet was invented by Dr. William Moon (1818-1894). Dr Moon lost his sight completely at the age of 21 after being partially sighted throughout his childhood. He learnt all the embossed reading systems available at the time but found them unsatisfactory so invented his own system. He brought out his first booklet in the new alphabet, 'The Last Days of Polycarp', in 1847.

Quikscript / Read  Alphabet

Quikscript / Read Alphabet

Heinrich Fleischhacker - Cerca con Google

Heinrich Fleischhacker - Cerca con Google

crow hang tags

crow hang tags

Pecs Pictures For Sign Language Symbols..pecs54

Pecs Pictures For Sign Language Symbols..pecs54

The interface between colour and environmental stimuli is a highly complex, and is open to the influence of a large number of factors including cultural bias as well as a study into how language has a fundamental effect on the way we see colours. ”Many cultural differences exist on perceived color personality, meaning, and preference.  20130408-TopRankTeam-Psychology of colors

The interface between colour and environmental stimuli is a highly complex, and is open to the influence of a large number of factors including cultural bias as well as a study into how language has a fundamental effect on the way we see colours. ”Many cultural differences exist on perceived color personality, meaning, and preference. 20130408-TopRankTeam-Psychology of colors

What Your Handwriting Says About You - Writers Write

What Your Handwriting Says About You - Writers Write

Dialectal Paleotype

Dialectal Paleotype

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