What typeface of dyslexia do you have?

Question:
How can we measure the effects of type design on dyslexia? Read Regular, a typeface designed for people with dyslexia, has been in the works for some time. Do you know of any scientific studies that investigate it’s effects on reading performance?

IV:
Typeface

DV:
Reading time
Comprehension

Further reading:
Klein, R., McMullen, P. (1999). Converging methods for understanding reading and dyslexia. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. America.

One Response to What typeface of dyslexia do you have?
  1. Reed Reibstein
    April 25, 2010 | 15:48

    Sally Castle also designed a type family, Grover, to assuage the effects of dyslexia while she was at Reading. The PDF online (210 KB) lists some of her research, which included reading tests comparing Grover to Arial, Comic Sans and Times.