There has been fantastic innovations in type design in recent years. You’ve heard of the font that saves you ink called ecofont or the  font that mimics your face type – called Typeface. But now there’s a font, Dyslexie, designed for dyslexics. People with dyslexia say it’s much easier to read. It’s all about the baseline and symmetry…

Watch the video as see if you think it’s easy to read – even if you’re not dyslexic. Sadly there is no sound track to this video so you feel deaf and dyslexic watching it. Also there’s lots of text mistakes so I think the designer had a touch of it or was Dutch. Click here for the worlds most famous dyslexics.

You can try it out for free here and if you like it you can buy it for 20 quid