Dyslexie font may disappoint


In a small study (39 participants), researchers found that using the Dyslexie font did not markedly increase the reading speed of individuals with dyslexia. Spacing between letters did seem to help, whether in Dyslexie or Arial. Read more in the Conversation. Hit Send can help business managers who have dyslexia with our fast-turnaround proofreading and editing service.

Dyslexie font may disappoint2016-06-22T03:03:01+10:00

Government websites confuse readers


A readability survey has found that, despite best intentions, Australian Government agency website writers are still favouring long sentences. Review your own writing for the web and divide sentences over 20 words in half. Read about the survey.

Government websites confuse readers2016-06-15T00:46:54+10:00

Leonardo da Vinci had dyslexia


I wasn't aware until today that it's thought Leonardo da Vinci had dyslexia. According to Davis Dyslexia Association International, 'Leonardo was constantly sketching out his ideas for inventions. Most of the time, he wrote his notes in reverse, mirror image'. His is an inspirational story.

Leonardo da Vinci had dyslexia2016-10-14T03:34:14+10:00