I found a website that has a font which was developed to help dyslexic people read easier and my mind is completely blown. I need to put everything in my life in this font. What is this wizardry.— ASHLIE. (@Ashliexann) December 21, 2019
One in ten people worldwide have Dyslexia, a learning disorder
that affects their ability to read, spell, write, speak or
focus. They can often have difficulties consuming content on the
web because of fonts that are incomprehensible to them and other
distractive elements on websites such as advertising or
With helpAccess users can choose from Dyslexic friendly font and a variety of other fonts, change website colors and contrast, enable highlighters and the dyslexia rulerto increase focus and a lot more. Features like reader mode and immersive reader improve comprehension and fluency regardless of age or abilities.
https://t.co/3cmU2gUu0r is an open sourced font created to increase readability for readers with dyslexia. OpenDyslexic uses unique letter shapes to help prevent confusion. Download, install, and format your class resources for #equitableaccess pic.twitter.com/N0Hx1xKzM5— Matt Ives (@mattives_) October 27, 2020
Fonts like Opendyslexic and Dyslexie can help people with dyslexia and other learning disabilities to comprehend the web better. Other fonts are easier on the eyes, and can be tweaked to suit anyone’s comfort.
Reading and keeping up with long text on web pages can be hard. Reduce symptoms of visual stress and never lose track of where you are on a page with the dyslexia ruler, which also lets you highlight and underline text.
Removes distracting elements on web pages such as flashy animation and advertising allowing the user to focus on the content and further modify fonts and backgrounds for a focused reading experience.
Helps a user listen to content while highlighting and following the text being read. Dictionaries and picture dictionaries aid in learning for students as well as people with english as a second language.
About 150 million people with blindness can be more empowered with better access to the web
Around 400 million people navigate the web with difficulty caused by some form of low vision.
Over 300 million people with ADHD need fewer distractions when they’re online
Hundreds of millions of blind, motor impaired and expert users who prefer using only the keyboard to navigate
Hundreds of millions of a growing elderly population can benefit from customized websites
Everyone can benefit from more productivity, reduced eye strain and better learning and communication capabilities.