One Font Doesn’t Fit All: Type Design and Comprehension - S283
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Research Scientist, Adobe
Assistant Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Chapman University
Professor WSR, Head of Centre for Visibility Design, Royal Danish Academy
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ABOUT THE SESSION
An innovative interdisciplinary research team recently challenged conventional wisdom by studying how type changes can impact students’ speed of reading comprehension. Explore how type customization matters by joining a discussion moderated by Zoya Bylinskii, PhD, research scientist at Adobe, with cognitive scientist Dr. Shannon Sheppard and type design expert Dr. Sofie Beier on the science of type and its influence on individual reading outcomes.
In this session, you’ll explore:
- The importance of designing for the individual
- The effect of font type on reading comprehension
- New directions in reading research
Technical Level: General Audience
Session Type: Session
Category: Creativity in the Classroom
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