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Designing for Dyslexia

10 Web Design Tips Everyone Benefits From

An estimated 10% of the population has dyslexia. That’s 32.9 million Americans and 764 million people worldwide. Researchers suggest the numbers could actually be much higher, many people simply go undiagnosed. Either way, we know there are hundreds of millions of people with dyslexia.

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Stephanie Asmus

Stephanie Asmus

Austin-based designer, writer, entreprenuer and frequent flyer. www.stephasmus.com | IG/@stephasmus

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