Various building blocks have been used to construct visually similar signs. This gives individuality to the characters and dyslexics can distinguish the characters from each other, which in standard fonts have a great visual similarity.
The individual elements of the graphemes are emphasized. This helps to distinguish the characters more easily and gives a variety of rhythmicity to the text.
The characteristic upper and lower lengths allow easier and definite recognition of the characters. They also break the monotony of word forms and make the text paragraph more diverse. This has a positive effect on dyslexics, as it allows them to more easily apply the Word Form Model when reading. The influence on the readers is also positive without any characteristic difficulties, as it gives them the opportunity to go through the text easier and faster.
The enhanced blackness of capital, punctuation, and punctuation marks compared to regular characters helps to visually emphasize the beginning and end of a sentence, as well as to facilitate and guide intonation. This helps to orient and return to the sentence faster when the reader loses order.
The larger distances between the letters in the words allow the eye to more easily perceive the empty space inside the sign, which is one of the main prerequisites for recognizing the signs. And the increased space between the words and between the lines gives more air to the paragraph and makes it easier to read according to the Word Form Model.
Prof. Todor Vardzhiev,
Assoc. Dr. Iliya Gruev,
Assoc. Dr. Ekaterina Todorova,
who contributed to the realization of the idea!