It also comes with a pair of blue and red glasses to wear when examining type combinations – looking through the blue lens simply shows you the typeface (for example, "Edwardian Script"), while looking through the red lens reveals its associations ("pretentious").
"I am interested in using these experiments as a fun way to start conversations and dispel the preconception that typography is a 'dry' subject for academics and experts," Hyndman says.
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Typeface selection plays a critical role in the readability of your content.
Although it may be one of the overlooked aspects when it comes to designing websites.