Reading with dyslexia? That can be quite a challenge. Dyslexie font offers people with dyslexia a unique typeface to make reading, learning and working easier - always, everywhere and on every device.
Why was a special typeface needed for people with dyslexia? Christian Boer, a dyslexic himself, knew why. While researching ways to improve readability he saw, for the millionth time, words turning and letters mirroring and swapping, and suddenly he knew the answer: a typeface that would prevent these 3D letter movements. He started designing, and the Dyslexie typeface was born.
Each letter has a clear baseline, which creates a visual center of gravity and prevents letters from being turned upside down.
The shape of each letter is adjusted subtly. This way the chance of turning, mirroring and swapping is minimized as there is less uniformity.
Some Dyslexie font letters have longer sticks, which helps to decrease switching and swapping letters while reading.
Including Dyslexia Office Suite
Dyslexie Font offers dyslectics various tools and products to make it easier to read, learn and work. From super secure Cloud-hosted Office programs and storage, the Chrome Extension and the WordPress plugin; Dyslexia Office makes the (digital) letter jungle much more accessible – for everybody.
The innovative Dyslexie Font hasn’t gone unnoticed. Christian has been asked to discuss Dyslexie Font in multiple (TEDx) presentations and was featured in various media. Christian Boer has even received several international awards.