Ease of remembering

In an earlier post, I described how the font, Lexend Deca, was designed to make it easier to read some material. Since that post, this entire website has utilized that font (so long as your browser and operating system support WOFF files) and this post has hard-coded adherence to using that font, just in case.

I have now come across a new font designed using the scientific method to improve recall. Everything written in this font is easier to remember!

The difficulty you experience reading the text increases the effort made by the brain to process the text, and this helps with recall.

So, if you’re preparing for exams, or even just writing notes, perhaps you should download the free font from RMIT and use it for your notes.

About the author

Code and Copy is a career, travel and general information website written by Gavin Ayling.
Gavin is a copywriter, software coder, and board gamer living in beautiful New Hampshire. He has been blogging since 2002 and has been a celiac since the early 1980s.
Gavin has traveled to over 40 countries and has lived in three countries on different continents.

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