Open Dyslexic Font
- Updated: 2015
- Author: Abelardo Gonzalez
- Homepage: Open Dyslexic
- License: CC-BY
- Control: Keys
- File Size: 20Mb
- Downloads: 19500
OpenDyslexic is an open source font created to increase readability by readers with dyslexia. It is similar in thinking and design to commercial dyslexia typefaces. Several adults with dyslexia work on it and prefer it to other typefaces.
Most printables at SEN Teacher include this font as an option.
The typeface includes regular, bold, italic, and bold-italic styles - and a variant including cursive letter 'a'. It is being updated continually and improved based on input from dyslexic users.
The font is distributed under a liberal Creative Commons license which allows it's cost-free use and re-distribution and anyone with the appropriate font design software can make their own version or contribute to development.