My attempt at a small-form polygonal sans-serif. This is based partly on the 16-segment circle I used to make "Circlets" and "Misplaced Baubles".
This has proven to be my most popular font around the web, at least in terms of favorites. If you'd like to see support for your language added, post a comment and let me know which letters are missing.
Published: 2nd July, 2018
Last edited: 20th May, 2020
Created: 1st July, 2018
For write in code. I have simply divided the alphabet into two parts, removing the H. Each letter of the code are translated into two letters of the normal alphabet, it would be something like: AZ BY CX DW EF FU GT IS JR KQ LP MO NÑ. The first letter of the code as if it were an alphabet, will be AZ, while the second will be BY. And so with the others until the n-ñ. The H goes apart