Recite Me - Choosing an accessible font

Your choice of font can have a positive or negative impact on the person reading your printed and digital communications. Some fonts are easier to read than others and if chosen well, the right font can really help you get the message across. What many people don’t know is that some fonts can be inaccessible to disabled people, particularly those with a visual impairment or a learning disability such as dyslexia. If a font is not designed in a particular way, it might make it difficult for the reader to tell the difference between letter shapes and ultimately make it hard or impossible to understand what is written.

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