An Arial Narrow clone to make Arial Narrow a little bit narrower.
60's - 70's intergallactic television shows were the inspiration for this font, while it originated as a simple Arial Bold font. Stretched and squeezed through space and time itself, this typeface is sure to have geeks and nerds alike on the edge of their seats and begging for more.
This font is majoritively made up of rounded edges, save for a few sharp edges to add definition to certain characters. Made with simplicity in mind.
A font designed for small sizes. Blockle is my most readable text font yet.
It's Monday, so I really didn't want to work too hard on this one.
Continuing my experimentation with diagonals. My goal was to make a font without vertical stems. English has 13 capital letters with vertical stems (B,D,E,F,H,I,K,L,M,N,P,R&T). Diagonia has 4 (I,M,T&W).
Another attempt to make a usable narrow monospace programming font.
My second attempt to make my own block set
A futuristic font inspired by the midcentury modern artwork of space and modernism in the 1960s.
This font works great for large display type, but is easy to read based on the simple design of the characters.
Includes alphabet, numerals, and some punctuation.
The Roman alphabet has far too many letters. 9 letters can be represented by combinations of others. This font resoves that problem. Letters replaced: FJKQVWXYZ, Letters used to replace them: BCDEGHIPSU, Other Letters: ALMNORT. Regarding V and B, instead of replacing V with BH, I could replace B with PV (which would be better).
Now that I have the set of letters down to 17, they can be stored in Hexadecimal. So the final alphabet is ABCDE.GHI..LMNOP.RSTU..... Punctuation - 13 symbols: ,-`':()<>!?|. 2 slots left over for other stuff. The space has stuff in it. Do I want that?
There are 32 characters - 17 letters and 12 symbols, a space and two empty slots.