The icons we've created are by no means an end product, but the start of an important conversation. As creative's, it's our way of trying to make sure people with invisible disabilities are seen with dignity and have the same rights as any other disabled person. They should feel comfortable using disabled spaces and voicing their needs when they need to.
Each icon's design is based on the symptoms related to each invisible disability. If you feel any are inaccurate or could be better, we'd love to hear your ideas. Send your written ideas or sketches to email@example.com or fill in the form below.
We'd also love to see your new ways of using the icons, along with any ideas on unifying them into a brand new disabled symbol that includes everyone. Scroll down to see some examples of what's already been done.