Designer Daniel Britton, who was diagnosed with dyslexia in college, has created a typeface which is designed to visually interpret how people with the reading disorder process visual language.

New typeface mimics frustration caused by dyslexia. Image 1.

By eliminating 40% of each letter, they become just barely recognizable, and take approximately ten times longer to read in full sentences.

Britton does not intend for his new design to make people see as dyslexic people do, but rather simulate the often times frustrating emotions created by seeing letters differently. 

New typeface mimics frustration caused by dyslexia. Image 2.

All images via: Danielbritton.info