Aobe MAX: Creating Value with Personalized Readability Formats

Adobe MAX: Creating Value with Personalized Readability Formats

by Readability Matters • October 28, 2021

Creating Value with Personalized Readability Formats Rick Treitman, Entrepreneur-in-Residence, Adobe Dave Crossland, Lead UX Programmes and Operations, Google Fonts Sam Berlow, The Readability Consortium One year ago, Adobe announced the readability initiative, which included establishment of the Virtual Readability Lab at the University of Central Florida. Join Sam Berlow, The Readability Consortium, and Dave Crossland, […]


Adobe MAX: One Font Doesn't Fit All Type Design and Comprehension

Adobe MAX: One Font Doesn’t Fit All: Type Design and Comprehension

by Readability Matters • October 27, 2021

Now Available on Demand One Font Doesn’t Fit All: Type Design and Comprehension Zoya Bylinskii, Ph D. Research Scientist, Adobe Dr. Shannon Sheppard, Assistant Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Chapman University Dr. Sofie Beier, Professor WSR, Head of Centre for Visibility Design, Royal Danish Academy An innovative interdisciplinary research team recently challenged conventional wisdom by […]


Dr. Sofie Beier, Royal Danish Academy of Art, School of Design photo by Michael Bundscherer

Dr. Sofie Beier – Bringing Together Science and Typography

by Readability Matters • October 25, 2021

The Science of Typography Readability Matters had the pleasure of talking to the internationally renowned typography researcher, Dr. Sofie Beier. Sofie has authored several books and numerous scholarly articles on typography and legibility. She is professor WSR at the School of Design under The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, where she is head of […]


Readability Matters at SXSW EDU - Photo by Alexa Gonzalez Wagner

Readability Matters at SXSW EDU 2022

by Readability Matters • October 14, 2021

Personalized Reading Formats Make Better Readers   Readability Matters will be back at SXSW EDU. Join us in Austin as we share the stage with ReadWorks, Adobe, and the  University of Arizona to present insights from a new body of readability research that can inform the design of better learning applications. SXSW EDU announced the […]


Optimizing Electronic Health Records Through Readability

Optimizing Electronic Health Records Through Readability

by Readability Matters • October 14, 2021

Research Highlight: Readability Promises to Improve Medical Outcomes This summer Rachel Ball, Dave Miller, Shaun Wallace and their team submitted their medical readability study in the Proceedings of the 2021 International Symposium on Human Factors and Ergonomics in Health Care. The promising results point to a future where personalized reading formats could improve reading speed […]