Do Dyslexia Fonts Improve Accessibility? 

Dyslexia is a relatively common disability that affects about 20% of the United States population. Contrary to popular belief, it is not a vision-related disorder: Dyslexia affects affects word recognition, spelling, and the ability to match letters to sounds. 


Originally published as Do Dyslexia Fonts Improve Accessibility?  at Digital Accessibility Blog

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