Dyslexics who have trouble reading words online and in print may soon find relief in a new typeface being developed by a Dutch designer.
Unlike traditional typefaces, which reuse the same forms for multiple letters -- such as b and d, or p and q -- the Read Regular typeface makes each letter significantly unique so that dyslexics can more easily distinguish one character from another. Additionally, Read Regular features simplified forms and extended openings in letters like c and e.
did you see the link to the comic sans page...omg...
New Typeface to Help Dyslexics