Reading Made Easy for People with Dyslexia
Cult of Mac posted a really interesting article on the new technology out there for people with dyslexia and a resource that can help them with their every day lives.
Dyslexia is a disability that likely affects 70 – 80 percent of people with poor reading skills, with one in five students having a language-based disability that could include dyslexia. Developed by designer Christian Boer, who also has dyslexia, the Dyslexie font changes the look of several letters that typically get rotated or mistaken, making them look a bit more like handwritten letters, which has been shown in a couple of independent studies as beneficial to reading fluency for people with dyslexia.
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