A Dutch graphic designer has created a special font designed to help people with dyslexia, a learning disorder that makes it harder for them to interpret words, letters, and sentences. The font, called Dyslexie, was created by Christian Boer, who himself has dyslexia. It uses a dozen different slants, curves, and styles that have been shown to help dyslexics to read. For instance, letters that look similar to each other have slight inclines and subtle changes in their shape so they're easier to differentiate, and words are also slightly spaced out in order to avoid "jumbling." Studies have shown that when the font is used dyslexics can read up to 84 percent faster and they make 77 percent fewer reading errors.
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