Alright, so I've got dyscalculia, and this makes pronouncing large numbers pretty much impossible for me... Thanks to technology though, there's an app that can help me out!
But from a design standpoint...
And the type isn't anything to write home about either... I decided to redesign the look of this (useful but ugly) app, and focus on functonality that would make it more usable for a dyscalculic.
So I came up with this.
My brain tends to smoosh numbers in close proximity together, and the wide tracking between them in my new app releaves this a little bit. The "reorder" button would theoretically allow the user to easily pick up and drag numbers around (since it's common for dyscalculics to enter numbers incorrectly).
I also made the language a little less cumbersome, and added commas into the text to make it read more naturally.
Basiclaly, everything I wish it would do!
If only I could code it... Oh well, this project was a nice way to kill a few hours!
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