A Typeface for Dyslexics

Typographer Christan Boehr of StudioStudio has created a typeface that makes it easier for dyslexic people to read properly. The font, "Dyslexie," uses specially shaped letters to exaggerate some of the differences between letters that dyslexics find hard to distinguish from one another.

This video, which I originally saw on Boston.com, explains the development process:



i think this is such a great concept, and I hope it begins to help the millions of people who struggle with dyslexia!

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