Watching this video, I can see all too well how cruel the favored typefaces are for dyslexic readers. If this Dyslexie typeface from Studio Studio was used more often, particularly in education, reading would be easier—for both dyslexic and non-dyslexic readers.

Just a few changes to a typical typeface could make a world of difference, particularly in adding weight to the lower half of a letter to make it appear more grounded. Take a look at the video above and tell me you didn't find it easier reading Dyslexie. [Studio Studio via The Next Web]