There's been a lot of buzz re "a typeface for dyslexia", alleging that it was researched based, can help, etc.

The research was in Dutch. There's no data on the degree of dyslexia of the 21 research subjects, their base reading level, etc. The research found that they "made fewer reading errors" compared to another font. No information is available on the contrasting font, or how the research was carried out.

Dyslexia is a language-based issue (discerning sounds in words, rapidly matching sounds to symbols (letters) and rapidly matching symbols to sounds).

This is not a cure or treatment for dyslexia, people, and in my view is nothing to get excited about.
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