Designing For Dyslexia

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One out of ten people have dyslexia, but few designers are clear on how to design for dyslexics.
This presentation explains how to use universal design principles to create better designs not only for dyslexia but for everyone.

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  • Thank you Dmitri!
    If anyone would like to talk to me about this, my Twitter is on the final slide. @UXAndrew

    The font is from Open Dyslexic (and for whatever reason was a little blurry after the upload).

    The entire presentation is based on original research :-)
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  • Thank you, Andrew, your slideshow is aspiring. Respec.
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  • -Hand deck to person next to you.
    -Find Ace of Spades

    -Look at new deck
    -Recognize Pattern

    -We assume that everyone next to us could easily do this….
  • What if the person next to you had a cognition that differed from your own?

    What if that person had difficulty or was unable to recognize the pattern?
    Would this change the way you sorted the cards?
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