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Dyslexie font hits Australia
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Dyslexie font hits Australia

Here at Noble Words HQ, we’re about so much more than just books. We’re also about the font of books. Diverse, eh?

Dyslexie font was designed by Dutch graphic designer Christian Boer in an attempt to combat his own dyslexia, and he had such a positive response from other users that he offered the font online free for home use.

This month, a major deal was inked between Australian publishers and Jon Attenborough, long-time book publisher and now consultant with ReadHowYouWant, that will see Aussie books printed in large-type dyslexie font for the very first time. No longer will Australian dyslexics be locked out of our national conversation about books, now that bestsellers of all types and stripes will be available on-demand online and on request from libraries around the country.

The Australian newspaper said it brilliantly in its story yesterday and here’s how Seven News reported on this exciting initiative.


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