A Font That Can Help with Dyslexia
By Spydergrrl on November 10, 2012
Can something as simple as a font choice make a difference for people with dyslexia? Spydergrrl found a font that is designed to do just that. She explains,
I was hanging out with some of my UXCamp Ottawa peeps and @lovelace asked me if I had caught the CBC Spark episode featuring Open Dyslexic. Naturally, as soon as I got the chance I took a listen and was really taken by the story about this font that aims to make content more accessible to people with dyslexia and other reading disabilities.
Image from OpenDyslexic's Facebook page
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