Dyslexie font is designed to help students with dyslexia better comprehend online text
A font that is intended to help people with dyslexia better distinguish between each letter by making each letter's form unique is making its way into solutions used in U.S. schools.
The Dyslexie font is designed in a way that helps people with dyslexia cut down on reversing, flipping, and swapping letters. It does this, creator Christian Boer told eSchool News, by making each letter distinct and unique, and by adding extra space between letters.
Individual users and educators can install...