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Comic Sans. A more inclusive font choice?

Published on | Prototyping: From UX to Front End — Medium Kathleen MacAinsh An interesting article by Bethany Noble for Collective Hub, THIS UNIVERSALLY HATED FONT IS IMPORTANT FOR PEOPLE WITH DYSLEXIA, got me thinking. As a designer, I want to know my audience and come up with solutions to their problems. Design Thinking and user research methods include users in the design process. “The audience”, “the users”, however you refer to the ones consuming and interacting with the design, they are people. People come in all shapes and sizes, abilities,

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