This summary is summed up from an article posted in wired.com. Its original tittle is ''Dyslexic Designers Just Think Different-Maybe Even Better''.
Ordinary people may never think about an exhibit involving dyslexic designers. However, it has run from London to Yorkshire these days. Jim Rokos, a London-based industrial designer, expect that this exhibit can encourage general people to see what dyslexia designer already do. Dyslexia is defined as a literacy disorder in which individual has difficulty to read, write and spell. Unexpectedly, a dyslexic person has great problem-solving skills and amount of creativity. According to Roko's theory, one of five people is dyslexia but it is really hard to identify. Actually, this exhibit will be opened on September 22, Rokos hope that this event could explore a great ability of dyslexia and change others perspective about it.
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According to Roko's theory, one out of five people is dyslexia, but it is really ...
... ability of dyslexia and change other
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