ASL Alphabet

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NO CAPS REQUIRED (with the exception of "I", which makes the sign for, "I love you"). Numbers 0-9 is also included.

Info: Created on 18th April 2019 . Last edited on 27th April 2019.
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Nice proportions to the hands; a very 'graphical' no-nonsense design which makes it a good font for teaching ASL in any classroom.

Comment by Aeolien 26th April 2019

Awesome ASL font.  I have a little trouble figuring out the m & n.  But this is a great instructional font.  I tried to take ASL and failed, but this is such a great idea, what originality, and something I can learn from.  AWESOME.

Comment by SymbioticDesign 26th April 2019

@Aeolien - Thank you so much for the feedback! I did not think it looked that good. However, do you think I should slightly exaggerate the thumbs on the "m" & "n", to make them more distinguishable?

Comment by trekadam30 26th April 2019
Comment by Aeolien 27th April 2019

Yes, a more obvious thumb on m and n will make it easier to read/learn. Exaggerate is one option (longer or wider; my image shows obvious overlap on the little finger. It can't be done physically but people can see more clearly how fingers are arranged and will find their own method of showing m and n). And changing position of the last finger across thumb is another possibility (like on your t.My image shows ring and middle fingers much narrower which shows a wider gap to make thumb easy to see).

Comment by Aeolien 27th April 2019

@Aeolien - I'll do it.

Comment by trekadam30 27th April 2019

@Aeolien @SymbioticDesign - Does the "m" & "n" look better now?

Comment by trekadam30 27th April 2019

Yes, that matches the syle of your presentation, those thumbs don't look wrong, the gesture is easy to differentiate. Well done. 10/10 and fav (as I can actually learn to read and do this!)

Comment by Aeolien 27th April 2019

@Aeolien - Wonderful! Thank you for your input; it was so helpful!

Comment by trekadam30 28th April 2019

Nice.

Comment by SymbioticDesign 28th April 2019

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