Augmented typography for university students with dyslexia: transforming texts through mixed methods research and co-design processes. Experience dyslexia first-hand through a customised reading and writing exercise. The task is fun, while providing insight and increasing empathy for those with reading difficulties. In groups you can then test and isolate typographic settings to improve reading outcomes and also provide input on your preferences for the way type should appear. Compare the existing and potential visual presentation of texts from academic journals and books, using research findings to improve reading and comprehension. Explore the benefits of transdisciplinary research that combines qualitative and quantitative methods from design and cognitive psychology. Finally, learn some handy tips for presenting easy-to-read typography.