this is my first published font since I joined. So, I am not a professional font designer. I just made this font for fun. So if you have any problems please feel free to share them in the comments.
On Reddit a discussion came up about the "Universal S", made up of straight lines, apparently there's been some form of it around the world for over 50 years, nobody truly knows where it came from.
Someone said they tried making other letters... I figured it'd be possible to do a full alphabet. And I've done it here in Fontstruct. Originally it was pixels only so it was jagged. I've now used the angled blocks to smooth it out.
There are a couple of cheats in play, e.g. extra wide M and W, and Q stepping outside the main lines. Was tricky trying to differentiate U and V so there are a couple of versions. Ultimately it's up to you, the user, to put these together as you want! Minimal punctuation as it's for headings and logos.
WebFont is SIL Open Font License freeware (version 1.0). If you like it for a website, you can use it as a web font. You can clone it, download it, whatever. Hopefully, if you use it as a web font, you will add a link to my site, Font-Journal (https://www.Font-Journal.com), in the credits of your website or blog (professional sites & blogs give credit for the resources used that aren't theirs), if you use it or distribute it, but that is not required.
You can edit, modify, append or do whatever you need to do with this font, including using it commercially or in creating your own art/graphic works, even a new version of the font as long as all further redistributed derivatives use a new reserved font name and remain under the same "SIL Open Font License".
This is a freeware font, it should never be sold, unless it is included as bonus freeware part of a paid collection. WebFont is FREE.
Supports a large latin character set (lots of latin), with extras like the Copyright, Trademark, Tel: symbols, currency signs and an assortment of little Dingbats. I try to use Dingbats for the UI when I design websites, so I included a few without weighing the font down too much, it still loads quickly. Loading a vector based font for UI stuff is a lot easier and quicker than loading graphic files.
Any questions, character requests? Go ahead and ask!
If you see anything that needs to be addressed, be sure to shout out at me, I'll see if I can fix stuff. - Doug Peters, Symbiotic Design
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