Caps is prioritier in use.
THIS FONT WAS IN A STYLE THAT I ACTUALLY FOUND PRETTY HARD TO ACCOMPLISH. BUT AS SOON AS I DIDN’T CARE ABOUT ADHERING TO MY STRICT CONSISTENCY, I GOT IT DONE QUICK AS.
Semiserif semispur minimalism.
This design uses a few novel glyph-shapes and techniques to achieve its look. Most notable of these is the serifed a which lets the serif protrude to the right. I avoid this feature in almost all designs, especially pixel fonts, because it adds an unnecessary 1px of spacing - but for this font, the feature can be included without changing anything for the worse. Many other glyphs have this same sort of protruding serif/spur, and the slanted geometry of the serifs/spurs affords them a look that "retreats" from neighboring glyphs, rather than seeming to protrude into them.