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How to Design for Dyslexia



theuxblog.com – Medium | Usabilla According to The Yale Center for Dyslexia & Creativity, up to 20% of the world’s population could be struggling with dyslexia. Yet when it comes to creating accessible products and platforms, it is frequently overlooked. Dr. Sally Shaywitz explains, “with dyslexia, we don’t have a knowledge gap; we have an action gap.” Thanks to our access to a huge amount of feedback data, here at Usabilla, we know how important accessibility is to all users. That’s why improving our own has a high-priority on our current
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