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RevReading Lexend Font Family

Lexend is a variable typeface designed by Thomas Jockin for the non-profit RevReading in 2018. Applying the Shaver-Troup Individually Optimal Text Formation Factors, studies have found readers instantaneously improve their reading fluency. This font is based on the Quicksand project from Andrew Paglinawan, initiated in 2008. Quicksand was improved in 2016 by Thomas Jockin for Google Fonts. Working with revReading, Thomas modified Quicksand for the specialized task of improving reading fluency in low-proficiency readers (including those with dyslexia.)

ChangeLog

2018 April 9 (Thomas Jockin) Version 1.0

  • First public release

Acknowledgements

If you make modifications be sure to add your name (N), email (E), web-address (if you have one) (W) and description (D). This list is in alphabetical order.

N: Andrew Paglinawan
E: andrew.paglinawan@gmail.com
W: http://andrewpaglinawan.com
D: Designer of Quicksand (original Roman glyphs)

N: Thomas Jockin
E: thomas@thomasjockin.com
W: http:/thomasjockin.com
D: Designer of Lexend (derived from Quicksand)

For more information about this font please visit http://www.revreading.org

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