Interns at Cramer-Krasselt create a Dyslexia Cafe.

The Chicago Egotist — July 31, 2017

To raise awareness about the difficulties individuals with Dyslexia face when ordering simple things like coffee and food, interns at Cramer-Krasselt created menus and signs meant to convey what words look like to those with dyslexia. They then took their creation to a local Cafe in Chicago.

The story was covered today in Creativity and was also picked up by ABC News in Chicago.

Read more at Chicago Egotist.

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