The Impact of Font Sizes and Colour Background of Typography on the readability of People With a Sight Problem

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The text type differs according to the type and effectiveness of the content it carries such as an educational article, religious article or book, scientific or spiritual text etc. Readability decides the success of a typographical work.Readability is acquired with the help of recognising and identifying the individual units or letters in a text, and it comprises of essential elements such as spacing between letters, word spacing, shape and size of the letters, colour of the letters etc. In recent years, typography has been implemented in Newspapers, magazines and other works, which covers the major events of daily life. The newspapers and magazines follow a stereotype of pattern in typography by printing the headlines in larger fonts and other matters following the normal font size. When considering type, the main accessibility issues are size and colour. These attributes come into play for users who have vision disabilities such as low vision or colour blindness. In the case of texts found in websites, people do not have options to change the type size and increase the chances of readability. The case becomes worse for those with vision impairment. The part played, by contrast, type size, the layout of the color of the page etc have a deep impact over the readability of the people. With the additional set of scalable text the readers with difficulties in readability.Influence of Font Size on paper and online play a very important role in determining the readability of the text. There are some general research results showing the effect of changes in readability due to changes in font sizes Tinker [1963] observed that the influence of font size and legibility affect the readability in terms of speed in reading and understanding the text. He took tow conditions to prove his research, a material of text types in 10-point size Roman lower case and the otherset in 8 point size in italics.