There is no one typeface or font that is optimal for all users. There are, however, four primary typefaces used in the Texas A&M AgriLife brand: Open Sans, Minion Pro, Oswald, and Moriston. The AgriLife font package is available for download from the AgriLife Brand Guide. These typefaces allow for visual accessibility as they are simple, familiar, and easy to read, with adequate letter and word spacing. For users with dyslexia, Chrome has an extension that overrides web page fonts with the OpenDyslexic font and an extension that utilizes eye-guiding color gradients.
Complex writing can be a barrier for some learners that have cognitive or reading impairments, or whose first language is not English. Although it is not considered an accessibility requirement, it is best practice to write content at no higher than an 8th-grade reading level. All written content should be run through a readability checker to ensure an appropriate reading level, such as Datayze Readability Analyzer, WebFX Readability Test Tool, Readable, or Readability Score Chrome extension.