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|Many letters in our Western alphabets with their tight straight modern shapes are too hard to distinguish for people with a development reading disorder. The University of Twente, Holland researched typeface Dyslexie and concluded that a sans serif font, with fat bottoms and enlarged stems works better. The font Read Regular looks more esthetic, but I am not so sure if that improves the reading. Designer ‘Dyslexie’  Christian Boer Designer ‘Read Regular’ Natascha Frensch