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  • A typeface for visual impairment

    Riccardo Sartori

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    “Word massing, spacing, the structure of the letters: the concept for Luciole adheres to a dozen specific design criteria to provide the best possible reading experience for the visually impaired. Particular care has been taken in drawing the figures, mathematical signs, and punctuation.”
    Available under a Creative Commons Attribution license.

    www.luciole-vision.com

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    52 minutes ago, Greg Yerbury said:

    It is surprising that the lower case l doesn't have a little serif on it.. 

    The uppercase |I| has very prominent serifs, so there is no risk of confusion between the two. Of course, a |l| with a curved bottom remains identifiable even without (or with limited) context.

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