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Dyslexia font: a step in the write direction

Learning to read, write and spell are generally difficult for children who suffer from dyslexia. Letters that look similar can get confused and jumbled up in a child's mind, making it hard to pin down and recognise words. Dutch graphic designer Christian Boer - himself dyslexic - has created a new font, which he believes can help.

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