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Intel Designs Free Typeface Aimed To ‘Save Eyes’ From Screen Fatigue


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It’s no secret that most of us spend hours on end staring at a computer screen. To help visually-impaired developers, or those who struggle with low vision, technology giant Intel has made available a new open-sourced typeface collection focused on clarity and readability.

Titled the ‘Intel One Mono’, the group of fonts—created in partnership with type design firm Frere-Jones Type and creative agency VMLY&R—is now accessible for free. Overall, the typeface aims to make code more legible, deter eye strain, and hopefully combat developer fatigue. 

To ensure the resulting collection would work, the collaborators tapped on a panel of low-vision and legally blind developers to test the typefaces and give feedback throughout the process. The team incorporated several design characteristics into the font to distinguish it from others.

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