Fixing through fonts
Gregory Alan Bolcer stashed this in Fontastic
Who could imagine? I'd like to shake the hand of the person who captured the requirements. Curious how well it works. I never understood how comic sans was supposed to make reading more approachable, but if their numbers about dyslexics are true, this def will.
What's interesting to me is that I find this font harder to read than most fonts.
I posted from my phone, so I didn't quite put the right graphic. I've posted the direct link to the video. I find it harder to read too, which is why I was fascinated with it. Maybe it's only easier to read for dyslexics, but harder for those of us who aren't?
Now if they'd just come up with a font that worked for Microsoft license keys. I think they make it purposefully unreadable to foil both automated agents and people alike!