This is my take on the classic PBS logo from 1971! I redisigned the letters in pixel form, and this was the result.
Finished! (Took me 3 days)
Private use characters are encoded in Variation Selectors and Latin Ext. D.
For my chosen theme Community (specifically biological community)
I decided to work with a worm/snake shape. Trying to figure out the final letter shapes during the creative process I got inspired by the snake game I'm sure everyone played on their old Nokia including me.
I observed the snake's movements in the game and created a typeface based on that. I would characterize my typeface as a simple combination of retro and modern at the same time.
Created by Nicole Rybáková as a first-year graphic design student at UWE Bristol Uni.
DOTTITI LIGHT REVERSE : Having - like many designers - looked out for decent 3x3 typefaces, I decided to try my own as each existing version had some flaws or didn't completely follow the rules. The slight difference here is that circles are used, giving more readability to some characters. I completely restricted the design to the 3x3 grid meaning some characters are pretty abstract, BUT they follow the rule! #dottiti #zissdesignThis is a clone
Hola, Esta es una versión modificada de la fuente Imperial de Madeon que hizo su debut en The Prince respectivamente. Espero que te guste esto.
If you can read it, you are intelligent. Save visual space. Use the future's font now and be coolThis is a clone
Recreation of the pixel font from Quintet/Enix's "ActRaiser" (1990) on the SNES.
This font includes a full set of hiragana and katakana characters. In the tile set, the dakuten and handakuten are separate tiles, positioned on the line above the character they relate to. In this recreation, these characters are pre-combined into a single glyph.
The japanese version of this game features subtly different punctuation. This recreation only includes the punctuation marks from the western release.
Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
This font is not official so you can mess with it and do whatever. I just wanted to make art out something I wanted to learn. This is more of a dedicated vent than a profit. Plus, I am not doing anything official or commercial with this. I just was bored and thought: Make blind people a font on braille.
DEDICATED TO BLIND PEOPLE
People every day are blinded or born blinded. Not in a sense of "you are stupid" type blind. They are actually blind and need symbols popping out as dots to read. They feel the words. This is known as Braille. I am kinda learning the alphabet of braille and its importance.
So, one day, I sat down and thought: Why not make a font for braille?
I know they might never see this or feel this, but I wanted to make something to show how I thought since every language gets their front, why not braille?
Using "Fractal" and several other sources for braille, here is my font of braille.
It is known as The DiRECTOR
Directs blind people to know where they are going and helps them dive into books and imagine worlds they might have not ever seen. The "I" is short to look like the hand touching the braille in our normal next just like I went and touch the text they read.
Mess with this and surprise your friends and learn braille similar to how I am and how they are by typing with this font.
Like I stated before:
DEDICATED TO BLIND PEOPLE
An outline version of Blueback, with slightly different proportions, x-height: 2⅛ bricks.
This is the new MBTA font originally used in all 4 theme parks (ones with a whiter MBTA origin: Animal Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, Magic Kingdom, etc.). The original MBTA font was later used in a yellow state of origin.