ATG Quirkies: D sc v r W at It’ L ke t B D sl x c

Ever wonder what it’s like to be dyslexic? According to the Huffington Post  you can find out from the work of graphic designer Daniel Britton who has created A font that emulates the frustrations of dyslexia. And they’re right! “An “A” is transformed to resemble an upside-down “V”; a “D” is turned into a backwards “C.” The result is a jumble of shapes that takes extra time and concentration to interpret.” Check it, out but be prepared to be frustrated and confused.

by Daniel Britton

by Daniel Britton

  (The source of ATG Quirkies is John Riley of Gabriel Books)

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