Children with dyslexia require 32% larger type sizes of letter font than what their non-Dyslexic peers need to achieve their maximum reading speeds. Dyslexic children can read 27% faster when the text lines featured a smaller number of characters, ranging from 16-18 characters per line in contrast to 60 - 65 characters per line on handheld devices. Incorporating additional letter spacing in texts helps improve the readability of text for dyslexics. According to research, Roman, Monospaced, and San-serif fonts are the best to enhance reading performance. The study also showed that the use of Italic fonts is not effective for Dyslexic readers.
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