OpenDyslexic | Free, OpenSource Dyslexia Typefaceopendyslexic.org/
Free, open source typeface to help with some dyslexia symptoms
CamingoCode - Webfont & Desktop font « MyFontsmyfonts.com/fonts/jan-fromm/camingo-code/
CamingoCode is a monospaced typeface designed for source-code editors. A compact appearance and a moderate line height provide for good legibility and make writing code a pleasure. It is based on CamingoMono, but has several...
Beyond TYPO Font – Felt-tip look with OpenType Featurestypotalks.com/news/2016/03/29/beyond-typo-font-felt-tip-look-with-opentype-features/
> Diesen Artikel auf Deutsch lesen. Microbes always find a nook or cranny to occupy. Steff Hengge sees parallels between the world of microbes and bacteria and the way designers work. For instance, the constant search for new solutions, the will to adapt to given conditions and the capacity for creative cooperation and combination. Particularly […]
OpenFoundry / Hot 30open-foundry.com/hot30
A new platform for open-source fonts in a noise-free environment, to highlight their beauty, extend functionality and encourage further exploration.
Occurrenza | Céline Jobardcelinejobard.com/14.html
dat “gy” ligature
Type Brut › RUMORItypebrut.com/work/rumori/
Art-Historical Display Faces
Elise - Webfont & Desktop font « MyFontsmyfonts.com/fonts/context/elise/
Elise is a sweet natured, layered display typeface, with a few layers but a wealth of options. From the feminine to the fun to the nostalgic, Elise is a capable and personable set. Best used BIG and with color, you’ll always...
FS Millbank - A wayfinding typeface from Fontsmithfsmillbank.com/
FS Millbank is a distinctive wayfinding and signage typeface from leading type foundry Fontsmith.
Louis John Pouchée’s lost alphabets are the most beautiful types evertyporn.org/article/louis-john-pouch-e-s-lost-alphabets-are-most-beautiful-types-ever
Louis John Pouchée , was a London type founder and entrepreneur.
A sans serif font designed especially for literacy use, taking into account the needs of beginning readers. The focus is on clear, easy-to-perceive letterforms that will not be readily confused with one another.