25-year-old Daniel Britton has faced battles with reading all his life.
'I was diagnosed when I was young as a partial-dyslexic, but no one understood it,' the 25-year-old told DailyMail.
'I remember when I was eight-years-old, all I got was try harder, read harder, you're lazy, you're stupid, you're thick'.
Now a successful graphic designer, Britton has found a way to convey those feelings of frustration using his own font, dubbed Dyslexia.
Using Helvetica as a base, the Dyslexia font removes around 40 per of the typeface's lines.
The aim is to make the average reader take their time when attempting to decipher the letters in the words and sentences.