What happens when a busy background can interfere with reading

  1. Poor typography can also affect a reader's ability to take in what they're reading based on unfamiliar or hard to distinguish shapes.
  2. Our fovea and perifovea are the only part of a visual system that's trained to read.
  3. Too much text will drive away poor readers, which are the majority of users, and can overwhelm even good readers by turning it into work.
  1. What first element came to mind when thinking about the prototype
  2. Which set of words can you pick out at first glance?
  3. Are the size of the words too large for the poster?
  4. How easy or hard did you find reading this poster?
  5. What made the poster hard or easy to read?

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I am a hardworking and creative student who studies Graphic Design at Maryville University.

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