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The Holler; The Scream; The Yell

The Holler; The Scream; The Yell | Deaf 911 | Saatchi & Saatchi
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Be Heard. Deaf 911. The emergency app that gives deaf people a voice.
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Industry: Public interest & Non-profit
Media:Print
Published:Jul., 2020
Market:United States
Language:English
Style: Minimalism
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At the core of Deaf 911 is the insight that everyone should be given access to emergency services. No matter who they are. No matter what their condition.
This idea of democratization is made possible with a unique application of assistive technology designed to create clear expeditious two-way conversations between deaf people and 911 dispatchers.
But how could we communicate the urgency of fulfilling this unmet need within the confines of two-dimensional print communications?
We created a series of desperate cries for help in stark black-and-white realism combined with a simple powerful command. Because whether you're facing a fire, robbery, hurricane, or heart attack, no one should ever be denied the right to be heard.
Deaf 911: The first emergency app that gives deaf people a voice.
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