Yearly Archives: 2015

Another Dyslexia Typeface built from Feedback

Riona Moore is building a dyslexia-accommodating typeface for a Final Project at the University of the Arts in London. She requested feedback on her work, and I thought it was fantastic. It is another choice in typefaces that emphasize readability

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ABC Keyboard

This is a change to what you are used to in a keyboard: a keyboard layout that’s entirely alphabetical. From the App Store listing: The ABC Keyboard can help increase computer accessibility and productivity for children, individuals with special needs,

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DyslexiaKey

Where the previous iOS keyboard app was iPad-only, DyslexiaKey works on the iPhone. From the store listing: DyslexiaKey increases readability for those with reading disabilities. By using a font with a heavy base line, alternating stick/tail lengths and larger than

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Lowercase Keyboard

Apple Distinguished Educator, Matt Thomas, has made a custom keyboard for iOS8, using OpenDyslexic. Below is the description: Lowercase Keyboard is a custom keyboard that uses both lowercase and uppercase letters, as well as a simplified set of numbers and

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