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7 January 2016
David Peet and Sue Chadwick of haleys client Small World Designs, are launching a new range of educational products to help children with dyslexia.
The duo, have joined forces with Dr Christian Boer, a Dutch creator of a new type of font which makes reading easier for youngsters who have the learning difficulty. This has resulted in a collection of reading books for 4 to 6 years under the Lexie Mouse and Friends series and King Ken reading books for children.
As well as books, they have also created flash cards, posters, friezes, jigsaws, educational games and activity books, all incorporating the ‘Dyslexie’ font.
Sue Chadwick said “It has been shown that the font actually helps them to read texts faster and with fewer errors. We’re delighted to be working with Christian and his company Dyslexie Font to supply a range of products for education and retail markets, and which are aimed at both dyslexic and non-dyslexic children.”
David and Sue have been designing and creating products for more than 20 years having established Small World Design in 1995, which have won them many awards and even making them top of the book charts for activity books.
Haleys first began working with David and Sue in 2009, providing accounting, taxation and business advisory services.
For more information about Small World Design and their range of products visit http://www.smallworlddesign.co.uk/
On Wednesday 13 January 2016, the team at Small World Design were interviewed by Just Lancs TV to explain more about the Dyslexie Font.Go Back