You can now read our site and blog in Dyslexie font for dyslectics
Reading websites can be a constant challenge if you have dyslexia. Not only are we focussed at Ceremony Matters on creating person-centered ceremonies and trainings, but we also want to make sure that we do all we can to make people feel welcome and to make our website and blog accessible.
So, we are excited to be able to add a facility to this website that enables you to convert the typeface on any page to dyslexie font, which is especially designed to enhance ease of reading.
It looks great on tablet and phone too.
Dyslexie says, “70% to 80% of the population is being challenged by poor reading skills. 15% to 20% of the population deals with a language-based learning disability, Dyslexia being the most common one. This means that for a significant part of the population website copy in a standard font and layout is difficult to comprehend.”
To change to dyslexie font just go to the ‘d’ in the bottom right hand corner of any page on this site and switch dyslexie ‘on’.
You can even change the colour of the text if you find another colour easier to read.
It also seems to help tired brains read more easily too. I’ve been using this font whenever it’s an option as it helps me to take in information on text heavy documents and websites.
For those already in practice as a celebrant, perhaps you might consider purchasing dyslexie as an optional font for sending out your scripts to clients for review?
If you would like to learn more about dyslexie, please go here.
Emma Curtis is an award-winning secular minister, opera singer and grief and resilience counsellor, based in Surrey with a therapy practice in London’s West End. She is the founder of Ceremony Matters, offering advanced trainings, support and mentoring to funeral celebrants. Learn more about Emma here
Ceremony Matters offers advanced trainings, continuing professional development, support and mentoring to funeral celebrants across the UK. Celebrant Support is a professional support service in person, online or over the phone.
Founder Emma Curtis is also available as a Secular Minister and Funeral Celebrant for ceremonies, and as a speaker.
Get In Touch
text 07768 878764 for Celebrant Support
Cavendish Square W1G 0PH
Islington EC1R 1YB