When choosing a font these are the tips I have found from a study preformed by Josh Johnson on May 2, 2016 in Design Trends.
These sites have some solid advice for anyone looking to choose a font that makes their copy easier to read for dyslexic viewers:
- Sans-serif fonts are preferred
- Clear letter spacing (letters should be distinct)
- Line spacing should be at least 1.5
- Font size should be at least 12-14pts
- All caps and underlining reduce readability
Letterforms such as “p” and “q” should be distinct, and not mirror images of each other.