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This wacky-looking font can help you remember what you read

Typefaces are typically easy to read. Not Sans Forgetica.
Sans Forgetica font sample

The font you won't forget.

RMIT University

Most fonts are designed for ease of use. Lora, which you’re reading right now, was chosen by the PopSci web team because it’s easy to read, and also free. Reviled for its “childish” look, Comic Sans is nonetheless considered one of the easiest fonts for dyslexics to read. Word processing darlings, from the sleek Arial to the nostalgic Times New Roman, strive to be similarly practical.

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