[Athen] Accessible font

Noble,Stephen L. steve.noble at louisville.edu
Fri Sep 18 10:36:27 PDT 2020

Here are a few resources and guidelines you may find helpful:

Of course, the question of font characteristics which impact accessibility is complicated by the fact that different disability populations have different needs. The same font that works well for a given low-vision user may not be a good match for someone with dyslexia, or even another low-vision user with different needs for that matter. That is why many web sites and eBook readers allow the user to change a number of font characteristics.

--Steve Noble
steve.noble at louisville.edu

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Hi all and Happy Friday, September 18, 2020!

Does anyone have any research, articles you would mind sharing about what font(s) is the most accessible to use with Power Point presentations?



Bryon Kluesner RhD, ATACP

Adaptive Technology Coordinator

Disability Resource Center

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

615 McCallie Ave., Dept. 2953

Chattanooga, TN 37403


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