The principles of reading are fascinating when it comes to the importance of typography. This book shows a few different ways of displaying type that might best represent the way in which a person with dyslexia might read.
In general, those that can read tend to take it for granted, and are confused by the struggles that many people experience. The question frequently asked is – ‘I wonder what it is like to be dyslexic?’.
Inside is a short story from the book ‘The Small Pleasures of Life’. The story is used to express some of the struggles a dyslexic person might have while reading.
I received a commendation award from ISTD (International Society of Typographic Design) for this piece of work.
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