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Dyslexie is a typeface/font designed to mitigate some of the issues that dyslexics experience when reading. It was developed by Dutch graphic designer Christian Boer while in college to help combat his own dyslexia. Although Dyslexie is a huge step in dyslexia research, it is not a cure for dyslexia. In Christian Boers's words, it is simply "like a wheelchair" to help dyslexics function, and it makes each letter significantly unique.

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