Thursday, August 11, 2011

Dyslexie Font Helps Dyslexics Read



A new font claims to make reading easier for dyslexics. The font is named Dyslexie and is not yet available to users outside the Netherlands. Dyslexie makes small changes to letters that make reading easier for dyslexics. The font makes letters more recognizable then standard fonts. Dyslexie is currently in use at a small number of schools. The makers of Dyslexie say,
"This font is especially designed for people with dyslexia. When they use it, they make fewer errors while they are reading. It makes reading easier for them and it takes less effort."
A research study at the University of Twente showed,
"That people with dyslexia made fewer reading errors when they use the dyslexia font compared to using standard font."
To learn more about Dyslexie click here.

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