can fix

i’m thinking of moving to the beach. got my eyes on a great cheap place, but not sure if the stars will align. i just want to sip my coffee and see the water.

4

“Welcome to Blue Lion!”

Tho there are already million bakery AUs, I too had to make one where Keith is a tired college student™ who stumbles into an old but cozy bakery/cafe and meets the bubbly baker~

Also this was the first time I created the setting on Sims 4 and used it as base bg. Much more easier than building on Google SketchUp :’)

3

“My baby shot me down.”

Super late submission for @klangst-week: Unrequited Pining/Unrequited Love (Day 1) & Hurt/Comfort (Day 3). Click for better quality.

vimeo

I mentioned Lucio sort of “sings” in the brazilian version of Overwatch. So i recorded.

The first one is a reference to a 90s kids show called “Castelo Ra- tim- Bum”:

He sings: “Passarinho que som é esse?”
(in english can be translated as “Little bird which sound is this?”)

The second is another one they adapted:

He sings: “uh uh estou sentindo boas vibrações”
(in english can be translated as: “uh uh I’m feeling good vibes”)

and in case you guys are curious of what he says next 

PT:“Aumenta o volume!”
EN:“Raisin’ the volume!" 

The last and 3rd one is a popular brazilian saying:

He sings: “Quem canta seus males espanta”
(in english can be translated as: “Singing chases away the evils”)

Just a side note: his tone suggests he’s mocking the enemies. He says a lot of provocative things when he is fighting and he is always laughing when he does it. Never fails to make me laugh when I’m playing with him.

*edit: Forgot to mention that there’s another one. but it’s really rare to get (took me some time to find it ;_;)

He says: “Todo carvaval tem seu fim…”
(in english can be translated as: “Every carnival has its end…”)

Which is from a brazilian rock band called “Los Hermanos” (yes, they have a Spanish name lol) and here is the link for the song.

8

supergirl season one appreciation week → day three: why you love season one

if you want to be more accessible to dyslexic people

don’t

  • write in large chunks
  • use italics
  • use completely white and completely black contrast
  • write too tiny
  • write in all caps or use more capital letters than necessary
  • use confusing fonts (serif fonts are a no-no)
  • double-space words or use justified text
  • blur words

do

  • make each paragraph short (1 idea or concept per paragraph should be fine)
  • use bold instead of italics to highlight ideas
  • use off-white and dark grey instead of pure black and white contrasting colors
  • keep the font size above 12 or 14
  • use lists (like these) to simplify ideas
  • stick to sans-serif fonts
  • use left-aligned text

what can happen to dyslexic people if you ignore this

  • they cannot read what you’re saying
  • they can read it but it is a struggle
  • they misread and take a while to grasp what was actually said
  • they misread but don’t realize they misunderstood and respond to what they thought you wrote when you wrote something else
  • they can read it at first but are exhausted by it and stop reading in the middle
  • they read it through but afterwards make more errors due to using up their energy
  • etc.

conclusion

why be accessible? because it’s the right thing to do, and more people will be able to access your content

apply these rules to everything from a research paper to a tumblr post to a group chat. it won’t be perfect but it’ll help.