Author name: Shuyang Lin

Assistive Technology: Dyslexia-Friendly Fonts

Dyslexia-friendly fonts are typographies that can increase the legibility of written materials for people with dyslexia to read and comprehend better. Dyslexia-friendly fonts can be specially designed with thicker bottoms and different shapes. Some common sans serif fonts from our daily usage, such as Arial, Calibri, and Open Sans, can also be considered as dyslexia-friendly …

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Design Critique: ClassUp (iOS App)

ClassUp is a scheduling application that helps students to organize their courses, manage activities, and communicate with classmates. ClassUp assists students in creating and designing a clear schedule with more freedom, making it a powerful tool for students to have personalized and aesthetic class schedules.