Script reorganizes letters and text at random
It is estimated that Dyslexia affects 1 in 10 people. Defined, Dyslexia is a general term for disorders that encompass difficulty learning to read or interpreting words, symbols or letters. Among the challenges those with Dyslexia face include trying to explain how a written page looks to them, with it’s words and text jumping around re-sorting itself as they are trying to read it.
To help comprehend what a person with Dyslexia sees when they view a written page, Victor Widell created a script that randomly switches the position of text and letters. Given that the severity of Dyslexia varies, the idea of the script is to broadly illustrate reading challenges faced by those that are affected by it, not try to depict these challenges at different levels. Victor’s script certainly does convey these challenges – much more than a simple verbal or written description of the disorder, and hopefully, an increased awareness of Dyslexia as well.