At the AppsLab, Mark Vilrokx has written about a font that has been designed for readability by people with dyslexia.
The font, OpenDyslexic, is described here. And this is what it looks like.
In addition to font downloads, the OpenDyslexic people even offer a custom web browser. Unfortunately, it's only available for devices that begin with the letter "i."
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