Accessible DfA font

Accessibility for people with dyslexia is very complicated, as dyslexia can vary greatly between people. This font aims at making text easier to parse by increasing the legibility of characters. (DfA stands for “Design for All”, a very important design notion.) Also, it encompasses European characters which are often overlooked in fonts.

Screenshot of the Accessible DFA font
Accessible DfA font example: unmistakeable characters

Go to Accessible DfA font Github repository.

  1. Orange has created such a font, named Accessible-DfA, and made it available as an Open Source ressource. There is a need to improve the legibility of written information. This is particularly so for low readers but also for frequent use, and finally for everybody that want a legible interface. It may be for persons with […]