To an expert handwriting analyst, your signature often contains a one-line autobiography, so intimate and truthful that it could make many people blush
A series of experiments has found that writing notes longhand is much better for remembering and synthesizing information than typing on a laptop
According to graphology, people with very large signatures rarely admit their mistakes, and always keep boasting.
If you are new to graphology and want to know in less than five minutes everything you need to about the subject, here is a video by acclaimed handwriting analyst Linda Larson.
Lots of evidence shows handwriting for kids stimulates the brain and offers benefits typing doesn’t. The latest infographic by Giraffe looks at the benefits and more that come with learning the art of handwriting.
Parents might giggle about their offspring’s scrawled artworks bought home from school or nursery but their creative efforts may have a serious meaning
Study says children who are encouraged to write have sharper brains than those who type more. For adults, typing may be a fast and efficient alternative to longhand, but that very efficiency may diminish our ability to process new information
It doesn’t matter what your age is. Any age is suitable for adopting a healthy signature. I find the 16 to 25 age group ideal for a signature correction, primarily because this is the time when a person decides to adopt a particular signature style.