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August 3, 2011 6:31 AM Subscribe
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"Reading printed text is so fluid and transparent for most people that it's hard to imagine it feeling any other way. Maybe that's why it took a dyslexic designer to create a typeface
that optimizes the reading experience for people who suffer from that condition."
Dyslexie designer Christian Boer
says "People with dyslexia reflect letters like in a mirror, rotate letters and mix them up. Moreover, most fonts have been designed from an aesthetic point of view, and the letters look very similar. But this makes that the text is hard to read by someone with dyslexia."