Jumbled Typeface 13 May 2013
People with dyslexia often have trouble reading because the text doesn't sit still on the page (or screen); their brains flip, rotate and rearrange the letters while they try to make sense of the words. Sydney-based designer Felix Lobelius has taken these difficulties into consideration and created a typeface that is devoted to helping dyslexics perceive text better.
[Via Design Taxi]
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