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 and unique character shapes.
[caption id="attachment_590" align="alignnone" width="1280"] TechCrunch viewed with Dyslite[/caption] Dyslite for OpenDyslexic converts the font on all web pages to OpenDyslexic, an open-source font type that many people with dyslexia have found easier to read than traditional typefaces (but you already know that!) Dyslite was designed to be a very light plugin so that it would not interfere with the load times on web pages.
The last stable version of OpenDyslexic was released in November 2012. In December of 2012, I had the fantastic privilege of sharing OpenDyslexic at TEDxGateway in Mumbai. There's been a whirlwind of interviews and OpenDyslexic has been shared continually by many people. My server has gone out a few times from the traffic! Since that time, it's been picked up by a huge number of application developers, authors, websites, linux distro's, and has been downloaded well over 111,000 times!
Description provided by AEL Data: Dyslektz Reader is a special eBook reader application designed and developed for the book enthusiasts with dyslexia. With dyslexic-friendly user interface and built-in dyslexic font that converts books with any fonts and styles to OpenDyslexic font, it provides a hassle free reading experience to its users.