NEW YORK, Oct. 1 (UPI) -- A new font designed for people with dyslexia is now available for use on mobile devices such as tablet computers and smartphones, its U.S. designer says.<snip>Research has shown that "bottom-heavy" fonts using lines that are thicker toward the bottom than at the top results, for some, in less page-flipping and more successful reading.While some font developers rushed to create their own "bottom-heavy" versions of existing fonts, hoping to capitalize on licensing fees, Gonzalez decided to design a font from scratch and then make it free to anyone who wants to use itRead more: http://www.upi.com/Science_News/2012/10/01/New-type-font-sai...
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