Speechless is an exploration of experimental publication design and unconventional storytelling. Inspired by my childhood stuttering challenges, I designed Speechless in an effort to raise awareness about communication disorders and to provide hope and resources to those who struggle. The title, Speechless, has a double meaning; not only does it mean a lack of speech, but it also emphasizes that everyone has something to say or create that will leave others speechless. The box’s exterior is quiet and reserved. Inside, however, there is a burst of expressive color and creativity. This box is a metaphor for my journey in life so far. Each of the interior boxes unfold and flatten to reveal the publication’s articles. Through repetition, blockage, and prolongation, the expressive typography and graphic form visually conveys what it feels like to stutter.