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New in the Shop: Typographic Posters to Help Us Better Understand Dyslexia by Daniel Britton

Did you know that Thomas Edison, Stephen Spielberg, and F. Scott Fitzgerald are just a few highly influential individuals who've struggled with dyslexia? It's been said that as many as 15-20% of the population as a whole exhibit symptoms of the disorder, which include: mixing up similar words, slow or inaccurate reading, and issues with spelling and writing.

October is National Dyslexia Awareness Month and in preparation for the eye-opening days to come, we're thrilled to announce that we've added graphic designer Daniel Britton's dyslexia posters to the shop. While the designer's initial aim was to create a font that would help people better understand dyslexia, we feel Britton's thoughtful design and layout also make for a modern and educational addition to bare walls. Whether you or a loved one is dyslexic, or you're an educator trying to raise awareness, Britton's creative graphics are a great way to support and better understand those with the disability.

To learn more, visit the International Dyslexia Association website eida.org. And for more exciting My Modern Shop news, be sure to sign up for our newsletter and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.

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