This publication is a trilogy that explores the relationship between content and form in typographic design. The book focuses on analyzing content, meaning, and the needs of both the information provider and the information user. The first volume showcases articles of speakers who explain the encounter and understanding of dyslexia. The second volume is a series of personal photographs that are mostly distorted to mimic the mind of a dyslexic individual. Finally, the third volume presents a set of stickers that exhibit feelings and emotions of a dyslexic person allowing the audience to interact with the book.