British graphic and motion designer Josh Penn has created a 60-second animation that communicates what it is like to have dyslexia.

The animation, which Penn made during his final year of his Graphic Design: Visual Communication degree at University for the Creative Arts, Canterbury, sees typography moving, spinning and flickering around the screen to form jumbled words. Letters morph into each other and fade into the background to give an impression of what it’s like to suffer from the reading disorder.

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