New Directions in Readability and Accessibility
Readability is back on the agenda at Adobe MAX this fall. In last year’s popular and well-attended sessions (One Font Doesn’t Fit All: Type Design and Comprehension and Creating Value with Personalized Readability Formats) the presenters shared research results demonstrating improvements in reading speed and comprehension using personalized reading formats. This year, Dr. Zoya Bylinskii, Research Scientist in the Creative Intelligence Lab at Adobe will lead the session and is joined by Dr. Stephanie Day, University of Central Florida, and Tianyuan Cai, Rob Haverty and Aleena Niklaus of Adobe. Join the live or virtual event to learn more about the latest developments in readability research and Adobe’s product work to deliver more effective and efficient reading experiences for readers of all ages and abilities.
New Directions in Readability and Accessibility [S200]
Everyone has different eyes and a different brain. And now designers have the ability to tailor consumption experiences for those differences. In our session on inclusive design and accessibility, join Zoya Bylinskii, Research Scientist in the Creative Intelligence Lab at Adobe, as she shares the latest research and features around reading and design.
You’ll learn about:
- The latest findings from our Readability Research team on how personalized reading settings for individuals improve reading outcomes
- New tools soon to be available in Acrobat and Reader for dyslexic readers
- The latest research into tooling for making sure your designs accommodate color-blind audiences
- New tools for making PDFs more accessible
About Adobe MAX: Adobe MAX is the world’s leading creative conference. This year it is both back in person in Los Angeles and also virtual on October 16–20, 2022. Get inspired, learn new skills, and connect with other creatives during three days of sessions and labs, keynotes, Sneaks, and more.