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Default Sans is your standard reliable sans, obviously. It’s subtly different from Arial, Helvetica, Inter, San Francisco etc. but most people probably can’t tell any of them apart. So it’s not going to draw attention to itself but that’s the point, really. It gets out of the way so the message and other media can be loud and clear. If there wasn’t already a typeface called “Anonymous” this would have been called that. It’s just one of those typefaces that works and is familiar but not exactly like the rest. Although, do you really need this write up? It’s practically free. Download/view a PDF specimen.
Inspired by a desire to rough up a perfectly clean sans serif. Furrow is perfect for getting attention, whether you’re using it for headlines or…stickers? Movie titles? Maybe don’t set a whole paragraph in Furrow, it is very much a display font. With contextual alternates activated, your words will cycle through all four alphabets. This is also super useful for double letters (“TT” LL” “ee” etc.) and words with lots of repetition (MISSISSIPPI, or the word…REPETITION). But you can always manually substitute a letter with a corresponding stylistic alternate. By all means, view/download the type specimen (PDF).
Calm Tech: Think Black Mirror But Less Evil (maybe)
Mainframe was created to be a relaxing monospace family. How so? The cap height is low and the spacing is generous. It feels wider than it is in (your) reality. If you weren’t looking closely it might pass for a proportionally spaced font. Okay enough markety stuff, it’s obviously monospaced, but that’s good, and it has seven weights in upright and italic. Get some sweet vertical alignment going with hints of old type(writer) vibes. Pairs well with mistrust in technology. View/Download a type specimen (PDF).
Legible scribbles, or something
A “handwriting” font that’s readable but also not comic sans? This is it. I made Noted originally to function as dialogue/thought text in a comic I was working on. I never finished the comic, but I finished the font. It works well. It’s UNIWITH, so while it is proportionally spaced, it’s widths stay the same across all weights. Black takes up the same amount of space as Light, which is awesome. By all means, view/download the type specimen (PDF).
For lovers of the written word, and those unafraid of strong serifs. Rewrite draws inspiration from Century Schoolbook to Clarendon to Sentinel and everything in-between. I made it during a time when I was both reading and writing a lot. Imagine that. View/Download type specimen (PDF).