In this episode, Adam interviews Christian Boer about his groundbreaking font he designed for people who suffer from Dyslexia. They discuss the fascinating way he used his own experience as a dyslexic person to build out the font and Christian explains how uniformity can be a problem in accessibility.
They end the episode by talking about modern websites and why it's important to build experiences for the end user and not the client. You can see his font and download the chrome extension version of the font at https://www.dyslexiefont.com.
View one of Pluralsight's accessibility courses to learn how to implement these important factors into your own products as well.
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