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Dyslexia font: a step in the write direction


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Dyslexia font: a step in the write direction

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Learning to read, write and spell are generally difficult for children who suffer from dyslexia. Letters that look similar can get confused and jumbled up in a child’s mind, making it hard to pin down and recognise words.

Dutch graphic designer Christian Boer – himself dyslexic – has created a new font, which he believes can help.

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