Typeface raises awareness of dyslexia

A student at the London School of Communications has created a special font to raise awareness of dyslexia.

Daniel Britton’s ‘Dyslexia’ font removes 40% of every letter, simulating the frustration that many people with the condition can experience when they are trying to read.

Britton was only diagnosed with dyslexia last year but after creating his innovative typeface, he is now working with the Government on an awareness campaign and plans to create a downloadable version of the font. 

Take a look at ‘Dyslexia’ here.

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