This page holds the One Convo Cards for tabletop gamers with auditory processing issues, hearing loss, or who want to make their tables accessible to everyone.
How do you use them?
Print these out, cut them, and place them on the gaming table, or give them out, one per player. Scroll down for PDFs with them available 1, 2, and 4 to a page.
At the table: When it’s too noisy, or there’s too much cross-talk, hold up one of these cards to let other players know it’s time to stop and get the table focused on one conversation at a time.
Why? This helps folks with auditory processing disorders as well as hard-of-hearing and Deaf players. When the table limits itself to a single conversation, lip readers can focus better on single speakers, and hearing aids can pick out the conversation more easily.
Credits and License
The artwork on the One Convo Cards is by Gregor Cresnar from the Noun Project.
The font used is Atkinson Hyperlegible, recommended by esteemed accessibility expert and layout editor Todd Crapper.
The One Convo Cards are licensed under Creative Commons BY-NC. You can use them for non-commercial purposes, as long as attribution is retained. Proper attribution for the One Convo Cards is as follows:
Artwork by Gregor Cresnar from The Noun Project.
One Convo Card Design by Stephanie Bryant (mortaine.com/blog)