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6 Surprising Bad Practices That Hurt Dyslexic Users - UX Movement

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River effect isn't a solely

River effect isn't a solely dyslexia thing, all people see them... it just has more of an impact on readability for dyslexia.

Full justification should never be used on the web under any circumstances.

When it is used in print, books in particular, it is usually done by professional typesetters who put a great deal of work into making sure that rivers and large gaps between words do not occur. These things are not possible when you just use a 'justify' button or tag.

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