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Sans Forgetica

Scientifically designed font to help remember study notes

Sans Forgetica is a font designed using the principles of cognitive psychology to help you to better remember your study notes.

It was created by a multidisciplinary team of designers and behavioural scientists from RMIT University.

Download it for free today.

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A free font based on the historical eye charts

Optician Sans is a free font based on the historical eye charts and optotypes used by opticians world wide.

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Core77
Even if you're not a graphic designer or typographer, you likely recognize this: That's the Snellen Chart, devised to measure visual acuity. Lots of us looked at this chart as children so that doctors and optometrists could determine if other kids would get to call us "Four Eyes" or not.
Fast Company
The eye chart you've known for your whole life is a lie. Because the letters you read off of it don't actually make up a whole alphabet. While you've probably never noticed it from the optometrist's chair, there are only 10 unique letters on that chart-putting you 16 letters short of a usable typeface.
Gizmodo
Before last month, you'd be hard-pressed to find the curiously shaped letters you're asked to name from charts at your optometrist's office in font lists in Word or Docs. But if you're a typeface nerd who also appreciates mathematical precision, the newly minted "Optician Sans" is the font for you.
7 Alternatives to Optician Sans

Train to read faster by using your peripheral vision

|Read| is an app that helps people increase their reading speed and efficiency by using their peripheral vision. It does this by employing a well known speed reading technique of drawing lines down the page one or two words from the margin for the reader to read between. With fewer words to fixate on, reading speed increases. More from Tim Ferriss.

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Medium
Read - Between the Lines is an Android app that helps people increase their reading speed and efficiency by using their peripheral vision. It does this by employing a speed reading technique of drawing lines down the page one or two words from the margin.
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