Dyslexia takes many forms but is generally characterised by a difficulty learning to read fluently and with accurate comprehension despite normal intelligence.If you struggle with dyslexia, at opendyslexic.org you’ll find details of a free, open source font you can download and use to make reading much easier. I am not a medical expert on the subject, but from the comments on this site and the Facebook page supporting it, these irregular characters that are heavy at the bottom can make recognising the patterns that make up words much easier for a great many people with the disorder. There is even an iOS keyboard and a theme for android devices that have been designed using the font. You can see for yourself whether it makes reading easier without downloading anything by visiting the site, which naturally uses the font. If you want to find out more about dyslexia or the research this designer did to create the font there are some good links to follow on the research page.