Atkinson Hyperlegible Font – Braille Institute

Atkinson Hyperlegible font is the Braille Institute designed to improve readability for low-vision readers. It focuses on distinguishing letters and numbers that are often confused. The font uses techniques like recognizable footprints, differentiated letterforms, and exaggerated forms to make characters more straightforward.

The font is available for free download from the page. Instructions for installing it on Windows and Mac are provided. Samples of the font illustrate its design features.

Some key facts about the font are four styles (regular, bold, italics, bold italics) with over 1,300 glyphs supporting 27 languages. It is intended to improve legibility across different levels of vision ability.