Society for the Scientific Study of Reading - Readability Posters

SSSR | Research Results: Improved Student Reading Speed and Comprehension

by Readability Matters • July 19, 2022

Personalized Reading Formats Studied in K-8 Students   Updated: August 30, 2022 Cross-disciplinary research teams delivered posters summarizing their readability research at the Society for the Scientific Study of Reading (SSSR) annual meeting. The prestigious reading conference reports on all aspects of reading and its related areas, including issues related to word recognition, comprehension, writing, […]

New! Readability Wiki

Readability Wiki Launched

by Readability Matters • July 19, 2022

Learn More about Cross-Organizational Efforts to Implement Personalized Reading Visit the new community Readability Wiki for a snapshot of the work being done across the ecosystem of partners working to implement personalized reading, empowering everyone everywhere to achieve more. Links to the latest research and white papers, implementations, news, videos and podcasts are among the […]

Personalized Font Recommendations: Combining ML and Typographic Guidelines to Optimize Readability

Personalized Font Recommendations with Machine Learning

by Readability Matters • July 18, 2022

Vision Scientists, Data Scientists, and Typographers Collaborate on a New Readability Solutions   At the proceedings of DIS’22, the ACM SIGCHI Conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS), Tianyuan Cai and his colleagues presented their latest research, Personalized Font Recommendations: Combining ML and Typographic Guidelines to Optimize Readability. The study is a collaboration between vision scientists, […]

Register Now - Adobe Education Summit - Digital Readability & Adobe Acrobat Reader Liquid Mode

Readability at Adobe Education Summit 

by Readability Matters • July 15, 2022

Adobe Education Summit | July 26-28 Free and Online, Three Days of Connecting and Learning Register today for the 2022 global Adobe Education Summit. Adobe has assembled an impressive line-up of experts, including educators, technologists, researchers, and more. They will discuss how to build skills for digital literacy and empower student learning experiences. Readability Sessions […]

Google's Commitment to Improving Readability

Google’s Commitment to Improving Readability

by Readability Matters • July 13, 2022

Making the Web more Beautiful, Fast, and Open with Typography Google launched Google Fonts in 2010–making fonts free and available to everyone–to benefit the general good of the web. Today, as of this blog writing, Google Fonts is a library of 1,432 open-source font families, including 253 variable font families and APIs for convenient use […]