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Braille Neue

| | | April 5, 2018

For the visually impaired, braille is used to read printed documents. However, the raised dots don’t exactly translate to those with full sight. Kosuke Takahashi came up with this concept for English and Japanese typefaces which are readable both with your fingers and your eyes.

Braille Neue

Braille Neue

Braille Neue

Braille Neue

Braille Neue

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