Designers at RMT University in Melbourne, Australia have developed Sans Forgetica to improve reading retension.
“The font uses principles of cognitive psychology to create an effect known as desirable difficulty,” the researchers note, “in which minor obstructions to learning processes cause the brain to engage in deeper cognitive processing. The result is improved memory retention."
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