No two persons ever read the same book, said Edmund Wilson. Especially if one of them has dyslexia.
Designer Abelardo Gonzalez has invented an open-sourced font, OpenDyslexic, that helps people with dyslexia read more easily. The ERBrowser now has support for the font, so readers can use it online.
See how the letters have weighted bottoms to prevent confusion through flipping and swapping. It’s a simple innovation that opens up the world of books for people with dyslexia. Bravo!