There's a title using the Dyslexie font in manuscript – this will be published by Oxford University Press. Can I apply passive activism
here… or is that too disruptive? The font license could be identified as high risk, or too costly. I am also struggling to find their EULA… https://www.dyslexiefont.com/en/background-information/research/https://www.dyslexiefont.com
This is the paragraph from a book in "teaching the postsecondary music student with disabilities". There is no reference to any empirical research, it is a stand-alone paragraph.
A new font has been developed that makes reading much easier for individuals with dyslexia. The font, dyslexie, is designed for people with dyslexia to read with less effort. Each font character counteracts the symptoms of dyslexia that include changing, rotating, and flipping characters. A sample of dyslexie is shown in Figure 5.1. I now create any Powerpoint visuals with text using dyslexie. Information on purchasing the font can be found at www.dyslexiefont.nl.