Beyond the graphic and visual aspect, a typography can have a real role "useful". A few weeks ago we were talking about the font imagined by the Dutch artist Christian Boer to simplify the life of dyslexic people. Today, we invite you to discover a typography designed to help students better remember their lessons.
In Australia, theRMIT University from Melbourne collaborated with the agency Naked Communications to develop Without Forgetica, a font that will help you better to memorize the texts. But how can a simple typography have such an effect on our brain ? For the simple reason that this font is not obvious to read.
Typography requires an effort on your brain, which facilitates memorization 🧠
In fact, this very special font has been deliberately imagined with different holes and shadows that make reading difficult. A cognitive process is in your brain that will have to redouble your efforts to ensure that you can read the text. And it is precisely this difficulty that will make you, unconsciously, better remember the text.
Without Forgetica is like the perfect writing font to help students memorize their lessons better. You can download it for free from the RMIT University website: click here. We obviously encourage you to share this info with your friends!
Imagined by: RMIT University andNaked Communications