A clean implementation of a common lettering style found on technical drawings, engraved office signs, computer and typewriter keyboards, and some comic books and avionics from the mid-20th century.
B612 is an highly legible open source font family designed and tested to be used on aircraft cockpit screens.
OpenDyslexic is a font which was designed to mitigate some of the difficulties posed in reading by dyslexia. Several variants (bold, italic, et cetera) are included in the files. The font is free - the only requirement is that you acknowledge that the font is OpenDyslexic.
Somebody came up with a five-bit code to replace the alphabet. You, too, can depict words as two-dimensional barcodes and give yourself migraines trying to read Shakespeare in the original Baudot!
A module for python that abstracts away the annoying parts of ncurses and lets you build console-based user-interfaces. Has a collection of widgets that can be assembled into larger projects. Also has graph, text editing, file browsing, subprocess initiation and monitoring, color palettes, sub-windows, and font manipulation primitives.
This is a typeface font optimized for people who have dyslexia. Works because each character has a unique shape, which makes it resistant to the phenomena of flipping and reversal during reading. Free for personal use, cheap for school- or company-wide licensing.
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