Voxtype aims to help children read better with a unique font design.

Voxtype is a typeface designed to give language a visual identity. It was created to help with reading, and is being updated continually and improved based on input from other users. Letters have unique variations to indicate pronunciation. The unique shapes of each letter can help prevent confusion through flipping and swapping.

Voxtype is not supposed to be a cure, a complete solution, or something you should apply uniformly to everyone: it was intended to address mispronunciation. The font is still in progress and is developed using Helvetica.

UX Researcher

October 2019 – Present

User Interview, Adobe Illustrator, FontLab Studio