“What I wanted to do was recreate or simulate the emotions of reading with dyslexia to try and put across how frustrating it is to try and read something simple,” Britton told Dezeen…
…The project began as a self-initiated graphic design assignment during Britton’s studies at the London College of Communication, for which he decided to apply his experiences of dyslexia to help others understand some of the symptoms.
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