Special Font Helps Dyslexics Mind Their Ps and Qs. Or Does It?

Christian Boer — a dyslexic Dutch graphic artist —  designed the font Dyslexie to make reading easier for people with dyslexia. However, Dr. Stefani Hines, a developmental-behavioral pediatrician who works with dyslexics at Beaumont Hospital dispels the assumption that dyslexia is as simple as altering letters.

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Some of the letters are a bit askew, others gape open or slump slightly. But all the letters in the font are designed

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