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Cubitext is a geometric sans-serif typeface I designed in 2012. It is based on geometric shapes that became representative of visual elements of the 20th century. My primary goal in creating Cubitext was to have an original font to use in the logo for my new small business, Happy Robot Design, and other business related projects.
Cubitext is designed to emanate stability and order. The typeface is derived from simple geometric forms (triangles and squares) that were combined in a latticgle structure to provide a variety all angles necessary to create a highly uniform and somewhat predictable structure. Strokes of near-even weight serve to further restrict the contrast between the symbols. In designing Cubitext, I avoided decorative and non-essential elements, choosing to focus on the basic shape within the lattice. The lowercase and uppercase characters present proportions similar to those of other popular sans serif fonts such as Arial and Futura.
Cubitext is free to use and all I ask is that you mention and link back to me. Thanks!e type rectan