A modernized version of Geneva 9, one of Apple's system fonts in Macintosh System 1.
Full list of changes:
This is a clone of Geneva 9
- lowered ¡ and ¿ by two pixels
- removed the single-pixel space to the left of A, uppercase i, and almost every punctuation character
- added a bunch more characters
- broken pipe
- generic currency symbol
- redrew #
- moved , and ; left
- it's the second pixel below the baseline, so I don't think they'll collide with anything?
- except lowercase q
- moved ~ down
- moved j left
- same collision as ,;
- lowered / and \
- general rule, if Apple's San Francisco font does it, I'm happy to do it
- Changed À to match the rest of the accented characters; originally, the accent was one pixel down and to the right of where it is now.
- Added Á, Â, Ã, È, Ê, Ë, Í, Ì, Î, Ï, Ò, Ó, Ô, Õ, Ù, Ú, Û, ´Y, Ÿ, and ý, based on the existing accented characters.
Based on the decorative identity squares that FontStruct members get when they join. My design is based on the elaborate squares of Lady Quadretti. I just had to replace the decorative bricks with the plain square which showed how much Quadretta relies on the variety of bricks to be interesting and different.This is a clone of Lady Quadretta
Read as I read 2 is a typeface that I have developed from the previous design 'Read as I read'. With the same aim to capture the movement upon which the letters are distributed around the page caused by dyslexia. A feature common amongst dyslexics, that causes difficulty and uncertainty when trying to make out written words. In developing the typeface I aimed to increase legibility, to make it more universal. Whilst continuing to capture the context of why I initially created the typeface. Representing this by combining the same letter form twice, and overlayingthem in order to capture the aspect of movement. This time all in captials to help with legibility.
This font was created around the theme word 'unstable'. One definition of unstable is 'prone to psychiatric problems or sudden changes of mood', for which many people have to take medication. I created this font out of pills (medication) to symbolise the theme. It is intended to be used to raise awareness of the fact that 1 in 4 people in the UK will experience a mental health problem each year.