Graphic Designer Uses Beautiful Typography To Help People Understand Dyslexia
Graphic designer Sam Barclay wanted to give readers an idea of how it is like to be dyslexic, and he does this in his new typographic publication: ‘I Wonder What It’s Like To Be Dyslexic’.
Using stylish typography, he forms passages from the book ‘The Small Pleasures of Life’, to express how a dyslexic person would struggle with reading.
Have a look at some pages below, and find more information here.
[via It’s Nice That and Sam Barclay]
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