Hexagonal Dots

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Info: Created on 1st December 2012 . Last edited on 2nd December 2012.
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Great!
Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 1st December 2012
Simple and beautiful. 10/10
Comment by Noah (winty5) 1st December 2012
Perfect use of FS!
Comment by architaraz 2nd December 2012
A very inventive first FontStruction. 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 2nd December 2012
What a pretty and inventive one! I like the solutions for the blank spaces.
Comment by elmoyenique 2nd December 2012
IMHO, you must adjust the glyph for the "space", it has 1 brick more and this difficult the the spacing and the reading of the font.
Comment by elmoyenique 2nd December 2012
Comment by elmoyenique 2nd December 2012
Thanks, corrected.
Comment by Skenera 2nd December 2012
really good concept and look in continuous text.
10/10 ★
Comment by regular_one 3rd December 2012
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Hexagonal Dots” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 3rd December 2012

I really love this one

Comment by creed2868 28th September 2016

I loved the idea too! (a little less the limited usability.):

This design is not minimal at all. 19 bits instead of 7. (6 + 6 bindinds, which is a necessary trick -of yours?- to disambiguate a lot, else we would get too many duplicates in 7 bits from this precise layout, i.e. a vertically* hexagonal matrix.)

Thank you for your smart sharing!

{* I'll show the alternate and very minimalist matrix soon.}

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Here is this count [of 19 vs 7 elements]…

Comment by dpla 26th March 2018
Comment by dpla 26th March 2018

"Hexagonal Dots" is making -a great- use of lines, not only of dots.^^

Comment by dpla 26th March 2018

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