As Drama King progressed through the program, he noticed a couple things that really bothered him. First, we had trouble getting our keyboard to work with the program so we had to use the on-screen keyboard. This didn’t really cause much of an issue but he’s certainly slower when it comes to clicking verses typing. The other issue was our biggest problem all together: the font. The chosen font is not ideal for distinguishing between similar letters like I (uppercase i) and l (lowercase L). I would suggest using a font where the characters are unique to aid quicker learning for children. I would recommend using OpenDyslexic due to it’s ease of reading for dyslexics. As Drama King progressed through the program, he noticed that the letters in the game didn’t match the letters in the on screen keyboard. I’m not sure if this was intentional or not but it distracted Drama King enough that he complained about it not matching.
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