Sans Forgetica is a free-to-download font that supposedly helps you “remember your study notes”, designed by typographer Stephen Banham and the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology’s Behavioural Business Lab. It’s a remakably hostile mindhack: the letterforms are designed to be difficult to read without losing their legibility, thereby “prompting your brain to engage in deeper processing” and “question the gestalt understanding of type”.
I would comment on that but I forgot what i read.
even better; write your study notes by hand!
Something to that.
If I don’t jot down info it goes tah tah at times.
But if I take a moment to jot it down, I usually won’t need the note.
Seems like it goes into a more dependable storage bin when physically writing it.
And all I saw was, “Cool! A stencil font I can try lasering!”
You sneaking cameos while I’m not looking?
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