what it is like to have dyslexia

What a great reminder of learning to walk in someone else's shoes.

A beautiful and effective way to create empathy – by removing 40% of each character, Britton reduces the reading time of a non-dyslexic to the speed of a dyslexic.
I wanted to make non-Dyslexic people understand what it is like to read with the condition and to recreate the frustration and embarrassment of reading everyday text, and then in turn to create a better understanding of the condition.

via {bb blog


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