Have you ever thought what formatted text sounds like when read by Alexa? Maybe there’s a
do not tell me that it’s in Arial Narrow font because that’s useless information to me while I’m going for a run
option, but apparently there is no such option on voice technologies used by many with visual impairments:
Does that mean that I should stop formatting text to provide more inclusive design?
I don’t think so. Bold and italicize are used to improve communication, such as to emphasize important information. But perhaps instead of getting cute with 13 different fonts to stand out on Twitter, you may want to invest time in writing powerful copy that stands on its own.
Especially with humor. Would a visual or cute fonts make this even funnier?
So Cake has been providing me with a mini education on photography through osmosis.
Is this ⬆️ useful for pixel artists like @ReneeRobyn or is somebody just reinventing the wheel?
(And if you can answer my question without using the word “f-stops,” that would be soo helpful.)