Research & results

Proven effect of Dyslexie font

We have been convinced about the positive effect of Dyslexie font for a while now. However, it’s nice to have gotten some back up from researches about the effectiveness of the font.

Several researches among people with Dyslexia have shown that both children as grown-ups can read faster and make fewer mistakes, using the Dyslexie font. Also people who work with dyslectics and the font – such as teachers, parents and remedial teachers – are asked about their opinion and observations concerning the effectiveness of the font. The results are very positive!

The various researchers have shown that:

  • 72,2% of the tested persons are able to read faster with Dyslexie font
  • 73,2% of the participants make fewer mistakes with the font
  • About 84,3% of the dyslectics would recommend using Dyslexie font to others

The research

Throughout the years there have been several researches, conducted by various universities, that have confirmed the positive effect. Read more about the effectiveness of Dyslexie Font in the researches below.

2010 University of Twente (ENG) Learn More

2012 Survey among primary schools (ENG) Learn More

2013 University of Amsterdam (NL) Learn More

2013 University  of Twente (ENG) Learn More

2015 University of Lille (ENG) Learn More

More research, more insights, more progress

We keep on embracing research. More research means more insights, insights that are needed to make this way through the letter jungle clearer, more appealing and fun for people with dyslexia. Research gets us closer and closer to a better future, a future in which enjoying reading will also be an option for people with dyslexia.

Starting your own research?

Are you planning on conducting a research? Or would you like to cooperate and do research with us? Get in touch, we would be happy to discuss your plans.
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