However the reading aspect is really hard to actually show to people. Take the jumbled letters and moving words. Words that won't allow themselves to be pronounced (even though you usually know how). Add noise, and movement, and echos. Combine that with a line up full of people who just want you to hurry up and order. I mean the menu is right there! Just read it and pick something! What is taking you so long! Mix with infinite spellings (bird, berd, burd, bered, brd). And you have dyslexia.
But how does that look? Well artist and fellow dyslexic Daniel Britton has created a new font which really gives the feel to non-dyslexics of what it's like to try to read. It slows them down to my speed. Want to try it? Just follow the link: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/06/19/dyslexia-font-daniel-britton_n_7615156.html