THE MOTOR
August 5th 2011
Dyslexia

|Many letters in our Western alphabets with their tight straight modern shapes are too hard to distinguish for people with a development reading disorder. The University of Twente, Holland researched typeface Dyslexie and concluded that a sans serif font, with fat bottoms and enlarged stems works better. The font Read Regular looks more esthetic, but I am not so sure if that improves the reading. Designer ‘Dyslexie’  Christian Boer Designer ‘Read Regular’ Natascha Frensch

Many letters in our Western alphabets with their tight straight modern shapes are too hard to distinguish for people with a development reading disorder. The University of Twente, Holland researched typeface Dyslexie and concluded that a sans serif font, with fat bottoms and enlarged stems works better. The font Read Regular looks more esthetic, but I am not so sure if that improves the reading. Designer ‘Dyslexie’  Christian Boer Designer ‘Read Regular’ Natascha Frensch

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