This is a complete conversion of the small bold (10px; 9px from base line) font found on the Sanyo SCP-3100.
Ripped from the SCP-3100 Qwest firmware beginning at address 0x00F73644.
Variant of "Anycall Mono 6x14" that is more accurate to how the font is displayed in the BIOS, where the glyphs are rendered 5 pixels wide instead of 6.This is a clone of Anycall Mono 6x14
6x14 monospace font found in the firmware of the Samsung SCH-X430.
Dialer font used on Panasonic KX-TG series cordless phones.
Small 12px font sampled from a Motorola T720. Incomplete as it is limited to the characters that can be typed in the text editor.
15px monospace font as found on the Samsung SPH-M500
Outer clock font used on the Sanyo SCP-3100.
Actual pixel aspect ratio is 2:3 (scaled by 1.5x vertically)
This is a complete conversion of the "normal" size (13px; 11px from base line) font found on the Sanyo SCP-3100.
8px bold font found in the firmware of the Sanyo SCP-4500.
16px tall font found in the firmware of the Sanyo SCP-4500.
14px bold font used on Samsung phones of the Swift era.
This particular iteration was ripped from the SPH-A660 beginning at address A077E2.This is a clone
This typeface has been created around the theme of community. In particular I looked at referencing the idea of the online/digital communities that we have all become so reliant on due to COVID-19 and being alone in isolation. I researched into the effects of lockdown on various peoples screent time and interviewed them, then used this as my thesis starting point. To create the concept, I experimented with different symbols that represent digital connection for example; wifi, signal and battery.