July 18, 2011
Take a look at this typeface designed for dyslexics. It was designed by studio studio - I read about it here. I am so intrigued!
They used heavy lines to serve as a visual cue as to where the bottom of each letter should be. This adds weight to the letters and can help prevent dyslexics from flipping or rotating them.
Pretty awesome, right?
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