Google Docs, here come the font Lexend to improve the reading speed
Google Docs, Sheets, and slides have a new set of fonts, called Lexend, and is designed to improve the speed of reading; it will be particularly important for teachers - and it is reflected, of course, for the students. Lexend was created in collaboration with Thomas Jockin, a great expert in fonts and typography, with a past at Google, Foot Locker and Michael Kors.
Jockin cites the research of the Department of Education in the u.s. according to which, in the last sixty years, showed that a large majority of the population, is spoken by about 70%, has some type of difficulty in reading. The thesis is that take advantage of spaces particularly wide and the size of the characters themselves could drastically reduce these difficulties.
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