Eline Ceyssens is a Belgian designer who moved to Australia more than a year ago. The Ceyssens typeface is designed from Eline's personal experience. As a child, she was diagnosed with dyslexia and was compelled to convey to others what she experienced when reading a text.

Eline writes "That’s why I developed a font that translated my personal difficulties that I struggled with for years. I tried to communicate the difficulties and feelings I have when reading to a broader audience. This is only my experience and dyslexia comes in so many different forms so it is hard to explain. But I believe this is the best way to explain my own feelings to people who don’t understand dyslexia and maybe even to people with dyslexia."