New magazine powers up the dyslexic digital world

Dyslexia Scotland’s latest magazine showcases the relationship between tech and dyslexia in Scotland.

The members-only quarterly publication features exclusive interviews with internationally renowned creative and digital experts as well as original contributions by leading education experts on how digital design and technology is transforming dyslexic potential.

The issue includes a look back at the internationally renowned digital design campaign by creative agency Innocean Berlin, an interview with award-winning Scottish games designer Alastair Lowe, insights from Professor Amanda Kirby on how technology supports a person-centred approach to supporting children and adults with dyslexia, and news and updates on Dyslexia Scotland’s progress towards its ambition for a dyslexia-friendly Scotland.

Chief Executive Cathy Magee said: “When we looked at the digital world through the lens of dyslexia, we were inspired by the human stories that emerged. From the life-changing differences that digital assistive technology makes to dyslexic learners and workers to the sector-leading contributions that dyslexic designers and engineers are making to Scotland’s tech sector. This is a must-read edition for anyone with dyslexia, and indeed, everyone with an interest in the inclusivity potential of digital design and technology.”

Members of Dyslexia Scotland will receive the edition in time for Christmas. New subscribers are invited to sign up now.

Games designer Alastair Lowe holds his Scottish Games Week 2022 winner's trophy.
Alastair Lowe, founder of Lowe Tek, features in Dyslexia Voice with his groundbreaking new software that helps dyslexic gamers