Seven Segment

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A font based on a seven-segment display.

5 Comments

An italic segment font, how unusual. I like your idea of glyphs where the segments seem to be missing.
Comment by Aeolien 8th september 2015
An interesting italic design - I can just see it 'lit up' in red or green.

The letter spacing needs a bit of tidying up though.
Comment by p2pnut 8th september 2015
The way I thought about this font - it's about how you would get the alphabet to display on a seven-segment display. So a lot of compromises have to be made, where 'K' = 'X' or 'U' = 'V' for example, and the only "cheat" that can be employed is repeating glyphs. I used that for 'M' and 'W,' which from the programming side would simply be two 'N's or 'V's but I made it automatic for convenience's sake.

Thanks for your comments!
Comment by sorrybones 8th september 2015
And everything besides the period, comma, and colon (the only other segments you ever see on a segmented display like this) are actually monospaced!
Comment by sorrybones 8th september 2015
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Seven Segment” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 2nd december 2015

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