Dyslexia is a word that is, unfortunately, loosely used to describe any kid with reading or coordination difficulties. But for the child, it’s a painful and embarrassing affliction, that can lead to personality disorders. For example, imagine attempting to read, but the letters start dancing, changing positions, even running away?! What you see as two-dimensional printed letters, dyslexics see as three-dimensional moving objects.
The solution is ‘Dyslexie’ – a typeface designed by a super-talented dyslexic designer. This infographic highlights how this typeface tackles the learning issues of dyslexics and how educators should optimize it.
Here’s What Reading Can Really Look Like When You’re Dyslexic:
Infographic by – Good