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Tiresias Screenfont - References

Acknowledgements

Tiresias Screenfont was developed by:

Dr John Gill (Chief Scientist, RNIB).
Dr Janet Silver (former Principal Optometrist Moorfields Eye Hospital).
Christopher Sharville (Creative Director, Laker Sharville Design Associates).
Peter O'Donnell (Type Consultant).

Other persons making a valuable contribution to the development of this typeface were:
Amelia Billington, Nick Birch, Garry Duguid (ITFC), Geoff Grevé, Andrew Martin (Bitstream UK), Mike Martin (former Chief Scientist at Royal National Institute for Deaf People), Charles McGhie (BBC), Allen Mornington-West (Digital Television Group), David Robinson, Jim Slater, Gerry Stallard, and Peter Weitzel (BBC).

 

References

Gill, J. M. (1997) Access prohibited? information for designers of public access terminals.

Independent Television Commission (1999) ITC guidance on standards for subtitling. [accessed 04/10/07].

Mehr, E. B., Frost, A. B. & Apple, L. E. (1973) Experience with closed circuit television in the blind rehabilitation program of the Veterans Administration. American Journal of Optometry, 50(6), 458-469, June.

Shaw, A. (1969) Print for partial sight: a research report. London: The Library Association.

Silver, J. H., Gill, J. M. & Wolffson, J. S. W. (1995) Text display preferences on self-service terminals by visually disabled people. Optometry Today, 35(2), 24-27, 30 January.

 

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