One of the most frequent questions I get asked is around using special fonts for people with dyslexia.
There has been a lot of stuff about dyslexia friendly fonts over the years starting with comic sans, read regular and most recently with open dyslexic and dyslexie. There are various claims made as to their efficacy.
Here are samples of the two most common fonts aimed specifically at dyslexia
They certainly attract a lot of attention in the press and on social media.
I know they are trying to be helpful but I don’t like them or find them helpful.
As a dyslexic person I find myself reacting very negatively to them not just because they are portrayed as a panacea but because they are not to my taste. They are very clunky and unattractive.
On a (screen) tablet,pc or phone I have a preference for well spaced highly legible text on…
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