John R. Malone for creating the UNIFON alphabet and for
recognizing the value of it for educational purposes.
Artist April J. Lagarde. She was kind enough to design a font
using the standard upper
Another similar font was created by
James Torck for
Wright's website (created in 1995).
Web master Pat Katzenmaier
for building this site pro bono and designing the current format.
John M. Culkin for his efforts to popularize alfubet reform
and to Daniel J. Knip for
continuing to inspire that hope
twenty years later.
Academic linguistic scholar
for the expertise and creative ideas he contributed
to this web site. Most of the "Linguistic" section are
contributions from Dr. Bett.
charts and images he created. They
can be found in various places on the website, like the one above
on this page.
Neil Stewart for
translating the poem,
by Robert Lewis Stevenson,
The Tale of
a Kite ,
in the Basement into UNIFON .
for designing the first theme that was used for the web site
from 2000 - 2005.
Paddock for sharing his humor and his web page with
Paul Stought for his transcription ...
SUSPENSION OF DISBELIEF".
It is an
excellent example of how easily one can learn UNIFON
. And for his transcription of "Singer
in the Shadows".
Scott White for creating the English to UNIFON
dictionary and the Lookup application ...
word in UNIFON / as well as a
UNIFON Converter that
translates large amounts of text into unifon_characters even if
the UNIFON font is not downloaded.
CMU Pronuncing Dictionary
for the original program for the dictionary.
White for making the scrolling banner on the "Read
in UNIFON" page visible in unifon_characters even if the font is
White for creating the eye appealing chart used on the "UNIFON
Toby Peers for creating the
UNIFON CONVERTER and the
WEB REFORMER . (No longer available)
Lea Hernandez for using UNIFON in her comic
Tyler Dykstra for
creating the Roman-style UNIFON font (June, 2004)
Vic Fieger for
his UNIFON font called
(choose "D" under "techno")
Ken Anderson for creating
And for creating the current
fonts available on this website.
Ken Anderson for seaching for
and finding the book
Design for Teaching Reading"
by Margaret Ratz (originally
published in 1966) He edited the book and added an introduction.
It is available on the
Thanks to Scott and Kristy White for