Sans Forgetica and Desirable Difficulty – Trending In Education – Extra

Sans Forgetica is a new font/typset out of the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in Australia that was designed specifically to aid in memory and retention. The font is designed to be slightly challenging to read and that “desirable difficulty” makes it a surprisingly effective memory aid. On this episode, Dan and Mike catch up with Dr. Joanne Perryman and Dr. Janneke Blijlevens, two-thirds of the research and design team around the new font. We discuss the thought process behind designing the new font, desired outcomes, research to date, and what might be next. What’s the best way to use the sans forgetica? Wait, don’t tell us…Hang on, we were just talking about this… Just kidding. Listen in on this fascinating conversation to find out!


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