Tag: Typefaces

By on September 26, 2012


Researchers at MIT’s AgeLab finally have proven what designers have long suspected: Some typefaces are easier to read than others. Because this would be a boring message,  and because the New England University Transportation Center and typeface vendor Monotype were also involved in the study, the researchers put it in context with in-dash menus.  And came to the conclusion that the choice of typeface is a matter of life and death. (Read More…)

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