Shantell Sans is a marker-style font built for creative expression, typographic play, and animation. It was designed by Shantell Martin for her love for words. When she discovered that she was dyslexic, the idea of creating this font sparked. The font designed was inspired by Comic Sans font, where it has the same characteristics of fun, lighthearted and easy to read, especially for dyslexic people.
Shantell Sans is a variable font that comes with five variables: weight, italic, informality, bounce and spacing. This means that you can have huge variety of options to play around with the font to suit your preference. It also comes with the static font styles which amount to a total of 48 styles. It supports extended Latin characters and also Cyrillic characters. You can download the font from the official site below, or use is as web font hosted with Google Fonts.
Free for personal and commercial use