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My very first fonstruction done for my DES110 Typography class. It was a great experiment to think of the placement of letters and how to make a visually attractive font.
Info: Created on 11th February 2013 . Last edited on 8th April 2013.
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Looking at the letters and symbols done I can easily say that it is impressive. The style of lettering to me looks quite futuristic and that gives it its own unique style. It stands out. What I would suggest would be to extend the small V so it doesn’t look as similar to the U beside it. Looking over the letters again I would say that nothing else would need changing as all the letters are well spaced and the symbols are very well constructed. Well Done! To me the symbols look very professional and well laid out for the viewers to see exactly what it is meant to be and it has been done very carefully. The numbers are clear and large enough for the viewer to see. There would be no confusion. Overall very well done!
Comment by Javertsjambons111 8th April 2013
UPPER CASE: Take a closer look at the following letters; DNWXZ

lowercase: xheight is inconsistent. (i.e. bcde should have same xheight).
Spacing before the 'g' is too large.
Take a closer look at the following letters; jkm, q (flip of p usually), twyz

Numbers: 4&7 need a look. Maybe shorten the middle stroke on 3?
Comment by Padraic Lynch (padraiclynch) 8th April 2013
Taking shape, nearly there.
Comment by Padraic Lynch (padraiclynch) 8th April 2013
Personally I think that this style of Fontstruct and the way it is laid out shows it as unique and viewer friendly meaning that it does not appear overly complicated like some styles can so it would be suitable for any age to view and make out clearly so well done!
Comment by Javertsjambons111 8th April 2013

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