According to this post in Wired, if you Can’t Remember What You Read? Blame The Font, Not Forgetfulness
Fortunately, that’s all about to change. “A team made up of a designer, a psychologist, and a behavioral economist at Australia’s RMIT University recently introduced a new typeface, Sans Forgetica, that uses clever tricks to lodge information in your brain.” It’s base on the theory of “desirable difficulty” and evidently Sans Forgetica poses some challenges that make the brain work harder.
But to get the full story you need to click here – or on the article link above..