This font is designed for people with dyslexia
The similarities between letters are reduced so that people with dyslexia could read the text easily
A sans-serif typeface that made as black as your strongest coffee. This typeface is not completed yet because I just made this up for discussion first. Therefore I will be really appreciate it if you willing to give advice to my first coffestall typeface. Will complete it sooner rather than later!! :)
A re-design of Congealed. I based this design on the experiments I conducted on how the movement of various fluids differed on paper. I liked the Congealed typeface I created which is why I continued with this as the basis of each letter - I added in the viscosity by showing drips of various length. I feel that this gives the font an overall more interesting look and links directly to the theme fluid, which was the starting point of my project.This is a clone of Congealed
The design behind my font was inspired by the theme 'continuous'. This is a continued design from my past font which I was not completely happy with. Instead of using continuous circles I decided to use square and rectangular shapes. One of my main inspirations was the retro game Tetris. My font would work better in large scale as it is so bold.
A simple 12×16 font made up of pixels. Contains all of ASCII, box drawing characters, some block elements, plus some random characters from other sets. Made for use in my ASCII Roguelike. Do whatever you want with it. I don't care.