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Dystitles

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Exemple de la typo dystitles créée par betc pour Canal +

Original release series aren’t for everyone. 

8 to 12% of the world’s population is dyslexic, and reading subtitles can be very tricky.

Here’s a typography created in partnership with the Puissance Dys association, which promises dyslexics a 100% accessible “original release” subtitled experience. A design compatible with the way a dyslexic person’s brain perceives letters: in black, with a white fill and a white outline to boot.

We’ve heard of the trinity of fonts recommended to facilitate sans-serif reading (Arial, Tahoma and Verdana), but we’re delighted with this unique and inclusive innovation, designed by Canal+ BETC : Dystitles

Dystitles, typo pour des sous-titre inclusifs
Abécédaire Dystitles

Photo ©canal+/betc

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