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Old 08-15-2014, 12:04 PM   #4
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zoya37: Here is a very good article by the American Institute of Graphic Arts about considerations of type for aging and low-vision eyes.
That was a really interesting article and the examples really helped make the point.

I have a hearing loss and need closed captions while watching TV. The move from analogue to digital TV has really played havoc with closed captions making them much harder to read--of course, the shift to digital was touted as being "wonderful" but the actual implementation pretty much sucks...'-}}

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