Students at the Polish-Japanese Academy of IT in Warsaw (Poland), lead by visual communication designer and teacher Jan Piechota, created a suite of manuals for building BabyLegs.
Take a look at these excellent designs, and particularly how you can communicate complex building instructions without having to rely on text. This is important for open citizen science so that people whose first language is not English can monitor their water for marine plastic pollution.
Which is your favourite?
All the manuals have A4 paper size and you can print them on any printer.
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