Anthony Driscoll

Graduated from Clarion University with a BFA in Graphic Design and Ceramics in 2012. I work as a freelance graphic designer, particularly helping newer companies with any UI and UX issues. I strive to make change and help people with disabilities gain independence through design.

Sat. May 17, 4:27pm

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An accessible guide for the New York City subway system.

Wheely is an application designed to help wheelchair and stroller users better navigate the New York City Subway system, as well as provide a useful guide, to accessible places in specific neighborhoods. Wheely features accessible subway maps, licensed by the MTA®, specific directions, maps to subway elevators and reviews based on local accessible places. Wheely is founded by Anthony Driscoll, a Parsons New School MFA Design and Technology candidate, who was inspired to create this application through his travels with his father, who is diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. Anthony hopes to establish more support of his application through various disability focused organizations.

Thesis Faculty

Fall: Marko Tandefelt

Spring: John Sharp

Writing & Research Faculty

Fall: Loretta Wolozin

Spring: Ethan Silverman