Fonts & dyslexia

This feature involves the use of font types specially designed for people with dyslexia. These may be the default fonts, or fonts that are availbable on user request/setting.   The special fonts can make reading easier, take less effort, and reduce errors for people with Dyslexia.

Discussion by Disabilities

Low Vision

  • People with low vision may also find special fonts designed for dyslexics easier to read.

Cognitive, Language, and Learning

  • A special font designed for people with dyslexia can make it easier to read texts and help reduce reading errors for some.

Existing Products

Please note that these products are not necessarily endorsed by RtF, but represent the range of available options.

Open Source and free

These products are free and their source code may be modified with few restrictions.

  • Sylexiad – Norwich University College of Arts (Dr. Robert hillier)

Contributions & Discussion

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