Terminal One

by laynecom

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Simple sans serif typeface making heavy use of the nudge feature.


Comment by laynecom 27th june 2014
Nice! 10/10+fave
Comment by minidonut 27th june 2014
awesome + 10/10
awesomer + 10/10
Total : 30/10
fave + 10
Comment by johnorics 27th june 2014
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Terminal One” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 30th june 2014
Thank you all very much!
Comment by laynecom 30th june 2014
Felicitation! Très simple et très chic ! Nice font.
Comment by beate 30th june 2014
Another great and elegant sans! Congrats for the well deserved TP.
Comment by elmoyenique 30th june 2014
Nice and clean typeface. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 2nd july 2014
Comment by laynecom 5th december 2014
Small adjustments here and there...

Also: expanding the unicode support massively.
Comment by laynecom 5th december 2014
definition of life: the inability of rating higher than 10 (or 5, in a base-5 rating system)
Comment by minidonut 5th december 2014
So clean... and so many characters.... Awesome work!
Comment by ETHproductions 1st february 2015
Comment by laynecom 5th february 2015
uh... fix ij please.
Comment by minidonut 5th february 2015
Comment by laynecom 10th february 2015
by Nicolai Gogol

Could someone russian speaking tell me whether this is easy to read? Appreciate it!
Comment by laynecom 10th february 2015
Yes, it is nice and clear. Given your name, you don't seem like you need a translation, do you Nicolai?
Comment by OsyenVyeter 10th february 2015
Comment by laynecom 12th february 2015
Hardcore reading test.

Sample sneaked from http://www.columbia.edu/~kermit/utf8.html
Comment by laynecom 12th february 2015
I keep thinking Laȝamon is something like Lagmonster for some reason. :/
Comment by minidonut 12th february 2015
I'm pretty sure such a monster existed in middle age England. ;-)
Comment by laynecom 13th february 2015
@laynecom & OsyenVyeter: I think first sample is pretty legible too. :)
Comment by arseniiv 26th february 2015
Added Hebrew support. I hope it's as readable as cyrillic. I'm hoping for feedback on this.
Comment by laynecom 2nd march 2015
This is the way how I know to really construct a typography! All my heart belongs to this kind of people (like laynecom) who can make it real. Congrats here and more, compañero!
Comment by elmoyenique 2nd march 2015
Well done! Can see this as an official font in any word processor!
Comment by RG2Cents 3rd march 2015
Thank you very much!
Comment by laynecom 3rd march 2015
Comment by laynecom 23rd march 2015
Does someone here speak Vietnamese? ;-)
Comment by laynecom 23rd march 2015
I don't but I think differently than @RG2Cents... This is much TOO advanced for the companies. :)
Comment by Evie Atarax (j4s13) 23rd march 2015
An ambitious and impressive project!
Comment by four 25th march 2015
This is amazing, for fontstruct, that is. The only issue I had with this (when I was creating Khnum) is that adding extended character sets can only support so many languages, given that you cannot stack diacritics, nor have anchors for them. @j4s13: it's not that advanced, lol—there are just a lot of languages that utilize the Latin alphabet. Anyway ... bringing African into this is where I quit, because you cannot add the complex tone vowels required for their languages. As to your Vietnamese: I would place the acute/grave/hook to the right of the circumflex. And, though I don't speak much Russian, I can read Cyrillic, and I think that yours looks just fine.
Comment by TCWhite 26th march 2015
Comment by Atlantis L. (Jack Lee Jie) 26th april 2015
And @TCWhite my reason is that lots of Windows and Mac fonts are probably brawn by a spasmic bear on steroids.
Comment by Evie Atarax (j4s13) 26th april 2015

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