Graphic characteristics of the EasyReading® font

LANGUAGES (extended Latin)
It consists of 811 glyphs (letters, numbers, accents, symbols, punctuation)
It supports all languages based on the Latin alphabet.

On the map: in red the geographical areas where the Latin alphabet is used; in orange those where both the Latin as well as another alphabet are used.



Bold Italic
ExtraBold Black
TrueType (TTF), OpenType (OTF), WebFont


Design for All
“Designing means offering a solution to a given problem”.
(Bruno Munari)

This is the clear indication of one of the greatest masters of Italian design, who guided Federico Alfonsetti in the implementation of an ambitious project: optimal legibility of text written for all categories of readers, including dyslexics.

Reading, like all human activities, requires energy. If deciphering the written word is not fluid and reading is not immediate, it becomes a “fatigue” that prevents us from focusing all our energy on understanding the content.
Hence the importance of good legibility of the font which is the transmission belt between the text and the reader.

Designed to help dyslexics (DSA) to read with less difficulty and faster, EasyReading® was implemented with a Design for All methodological approach, for which “diversity” is conceived not as a “problem” but as a “value”, facilitating accessibility to the written word for all types of readers.

Independent scientific research has certified it as a valid compensatory tool for readers with dyslexia and at the same time a facilitating font for all types of readers.

EasyReading® is a “hybrid” font because it has both serif and sans-serif letters.

The specific design of the letters with dedicated serif, useful in avoiding mistaking letters with similar form, has led to wider spacing in the text that counteract the perceived crowding effect, facilitating reading.