University of Arts London (UAL)

University of the Arts London (UAL) is the world’s sixth best university for Art and Design (according to QS World University Rankings® 2017). We offer an extensive range of courses in art, design, fashion, communication and performing arts across 6 world-renowned colleges, each with its own world-class reputation. Our graduates go on to work in and shape creative industries worldwide. One in ten of our students and many of our staff are diagnosed as dyslexic and we are committed to achieving inclusion for dyslexic students and staff. Our dyslexic students gain more first and 2:1 degrees than other students.


Dyslexie Font

Dyslexie is a typeface/font designed to mitigate some of the issues that dyslexics experience when reading. It is a revolutionary typeface designed to make reading for people with dyslexia or reading problems easier. The font is easy to download and easy to use across all programs. The user of the font makes fewer reading errors and reads faster. The font also lowers resistance against reading.


Barrington Stoke

Barrington Stoke is an award-winning publisher and the market leader for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers. The company was founded almost 20 years ago with the aim of opening the door to reading for more young people using a dyslexia-friendly font, tinted paper and short, snappy stories books from a range of amazing authors.



DYSPLA; the new word for dyslexic storymakers, the word that stands up for the untold stories you are yet to write and develops the stories you have written. DYSPLA; the word that encourages you to dream, turning one script at a time into a new culture shifting conversation and challenges both the writer and the audience to think outside the box of conventions. At DYSPLA we put dyslexics and their work into the public sphere; proving that if you can write it, we can make it. Making you the contender!



Exceptional Individuals

Exceptional Individuals is a Social Enterprise that helps dyslexic people find jobs and careers. Our support ranges from CV advice and interview practice to self-employment advice and long term help. We want to change the way dyslexia is perceived and promote a more diverse workforce. With time and support, dyslexia is a source of creativity, problem solving and communication skills in the workplace.

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