205TF dropped Andersen, a typeface adapted to children’s stories, and the fact that they are often written to be read aloud. To do so, designer Thierry Fétiveau created 11 new punctuation marks that can be used to express feelings, and are meant to be placed at the beginning and end of sentences, to help the reader find the right tone. In addition, the forms of its letters were designed to make it easier for dyslexic children to read, emphasising the differences between similar forms such as b and d.

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