The Deaf community depends a great deal on their sense of sight and touch to help them navigate through the world . Despite the fact that Deaf people live in a world that is tailored for those who are hearing, they rely heavily on the sensory input they receive from their surroundings to aid in their awareness and orientation of the world around them. Due to this, Deaf individuals encounter a number of obstacles related to accessibility especially in terms of communication and access to information. In response to this, the Deaf community has taken to altering the spaces they inhabit to match their way of being. This is called creating a ‘DeafSpace’ (Bauman, 2014).