Good Background Colors for Readers: A Study of People with and without Dyslexia

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The use of colors to enhance the reading of people with dyslexia have been broadly discussed and is often recommended, but evidence of the effectiveness of this approach is lacking. This paper presents a user study with 341 participants (89 with dyslexia) that measures the effect of using background colors on screen readability. Readability was measured via… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/3132525.3132546

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