The original EzE Eqglix spelling system has been updated.
There are now 2 character sets that can be used. One uses only current English keyboard systems. The other uses the 5 vowels with lines over them (as in ā ē ī ō ū ) to show the long vowels. There are also some choices for letters. For example, for handwritten messages, the Greek letter theta could be written; for typed messages, the number 8 is a reasonable facsimile.
The 2 page flipbook below lists the character set in a large chart, followed by sample texts, and a survey. You probably will want to zoom in quite a bit (using the slider bar at the top) to see the letters, words, "translations".
The existence of a more uniform size to the letters allows for a quicker readability. Since there are no double letters and no silent letters, that again means a more compact way of writing. The double (long) vowel system (A) might end up taking the same amount of line space as text written with current spelling.
The single diacritic long line above system (B) would definitely save 4 characters if there was a key that could be pressed before typing the vowel and to have it show as above in ā ē ī ō ū .
Anyway, have a look at the chart and the examples. Send some feedback if you like.
I should design a better cover. But the steps show the long journey it will take for humanity to appreciate the importance of language (and its written representation) and the need for a common secondary language.
Why rock the boat with English? I guess it's a matter of efficiency. Having seen the Korean alphabet and keyboards, I am guessing that Korea's alphabet had/has something to do with its rapid reconstruction/development after WW2.
Comments welcome below.