Braillia is a typeface that combines Braille and the English alphabet into one cohesive alphabet. While the typeface is designed for teaching braille, it also is an effective tool for helping dyslexic readers distinguish between letters. Research shows that after learning braille, dyslexic people can successfully read it.
A circle grid was used for each letter to determine the shape and distance. I decided to use a mathmatical approach so that the primary focus was dots.
There is an advanced editorial typeface that is more complex than the standard blue one.