Why The Solution To Safer Driving Is More Legible In-Car Fonts

Why The Solution To Safer Driving Is More Legible In-Car Fonts
Design

MIT study helps Monotype develop a safe typeface for car dashboards.

Ross Brooks
  • 8 april 2014

Even though the average vehicle dashboard is packed with useful information, it turns out that most of it isn’t that easy to read. A new font designed by Carl Crossgrove, a senior type designer at Monotype, could be just what car manufacturers are looking for. It’s called Burlingame, and in a recent MIT Study is much more legible compared to existing fonts used in cars.

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