This New Typeface Merges Braille You Can Touch With Letters You Can See

To any sighted person, braille looks like a language masked in encrypted code. It’s incredible but totally indecipherable. As a result, braille is a companion to our visual language–an add-on for some situations, not a standard that the 285 million visually impaired people around the world can reliably expect to find next to any and all visual text.

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