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Handwritten Braille    Handwritten Braille

Handwritten Braille was invented by Frederico Martins as a version Braille that is relatively easy for sighted people to learn and read, and which can also be used as a form of shorthand. Frederico's girlfriend, who works blind people, has learnt the script and now finds it easier to read Braille.

Notable features

Handwritten Braille alphabet

Handwritten Braille alphabet

How Braille dots are converted to Handwritten Braille

How Braille dots are converted to Handwritten Braille

Sample text

Sample text in Handwritten Braille


All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
(Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)

Download a font for Handwritten Braille (TrueType, 11K)

If you have any questions about Handwritten Braille, you can contact Frederico at: frederico4d@gmail.com

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