The Dyslexie font is a special font developed and designed for people with dyslexia to make reading, learning and working easier – and more fun. 

The most common reading errors of dyslexia are swapping, mirroring, changing, turning and melting letters together. In the Dyslexie font, every letter is uniquely shaped, eliminating the common reading errors of dyslexia. The innovative font increases the ease of reading for people with dyslexia, meanwhile offering non-dyslectics some reading benefits as well.


Check out the 10 most important features of the Dyslexie font:

  1. Heavy bottom
    The center of gravity is placed at the bottom, which avoids turning letters upside down and adds a clear base line.


  2. Inclined letters
    Some ‘twin letters’ are placed slightly inclined, which makes them easier to distinguish.


  3. Enlarged openings
    The openings of the Dyslexie font letters are enlarged. This way letters look less alike and will be easily recognized by their shape.


  4. Other shapes
    The shapes of the letters that look alike are adjusted subtly, which decreases the chance of switching and mirroring them.


  5. Longer sticks
    Some Dyslexie font letters have longer sticks, which helps to decrease switching letters while reading.​


  6. Capital letters and punctuation
    Punctuation marks and capital letters are bold, emphasizing the breaks, endings and beginnings of phrases.


  7. Various heights
    Letters that look alike are differentiated by several heights. This way each Dyslexie font letter is an unique character, avoiding letter swaps.


  8. Higher x-height
    The height of the letters is increased, whereas the width isn’t. This adds 'air' to the Dyslexie font letters, making them easier to distinguish.


  9. Better spacing
    The distance between individual letters and words is enlarged, which makes reading more convenient and avoids the crowding effect.

 For more information, please visit www.dyslexiefont.com.