Published: 30th September, 2014
Last edited: 30th September, 2014
Created: 30th September, 2014
This was modelled after the type of an old German typewriter, with some liberties taken to provide for modern programming languages.
12-point size is pixel resolution (the only one this font is designed for). Also works well anti-aliased at 9-points.
Published: 28th September, 2014
Last edited: 3rd October, 2014
Created: 28th September, 2014
This font is designed to be used at 9-point size (and multiples thereof). There is no line spacing except a single pixel buffer on most of the characters.
This font was originally (very loosely) inspired by BorlandTE.
Published: 16th September, 2014
Last edited: 16th September, 2014
Created: 12th September, 2014
A modular binary, the bottom key determines the type of letter/character and is the only binary violation
Published: 13th September, 2014
Last edited: 13th September, 2014
Created: 11th September, 2014
An interesting new font that should be simpler and faster to write (once you are good at it). After studying it, you will realize that the characters look like their designated letters only simpler (except the punctuation is weird - when writing I just use regular punctuation). As a side effect of the simplification, it does look slightly alien, which I think is kind of cool. I hope you all enjoy it!
Published: 28th August, 2014
Last edited: 28th August, 2014
Created: 28th August, 2014
Hey guys, ItsKawaiian the Youtuber here! This is my very first FontStruction, and I have remade the Braille Alphabet for you to use to make hidden messages! Braille /ˈbreɪl/[a] is a tactile writing system used by the blind and the visually impaired. It is traditionally written with embossed paper. Braille-users can read computer screens and other electronic supports thanks to refreshable braille displays. They can write braille with the original slate and stylus or type it on a braille writer, such as a portable braille note-taker, or on a computer that prints with a braille embosser.
Braille is named after its creator, Frenchman Louis Braille, who went blind following a childhood accident. In 1824, at the age of 15, Braille developed his code for the French alphabet as an improvement on night writing. He published his system, which subsequently included musical notation, in 1829. The second revision, published in 1837, was the first digital (binary) form of writing.
Braille characters are small rectangular blocks called cells that contain tiny palpable bumps called raised dots. The number and arrangement of these dots distinguish one character from another. Since the various braille alphabets originated as transcription codes of printed writing systems, the mappings (sets of character designations) vary from language to language. Furthermore, in English Braille there are three levels of encoding: Grade 1, a letter-by-letter transcription used for basic literacy; Grade 2, an addition of abbreviations and contractions; and Grade 3, various non-standardized personal shorthands.
Braille cells are not the only thing to appear in embossed text. There may be embossed illustrations and graphs, with the lines either solid or made of series of dots, arrows, bullets that are larger than braille dots, etc.
In the face of screen-reader software, braille usage has declined. However, braille education remains important for developing reading skills among blind and visually impaired children, and braille literacy correlates with higher employment rates. Don't forget to download and subscribe to ItsKawaiian on Youtube! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCS52aVpZU096DGGUI-I7Z1A
Published: 10th August, 2014
Last edited: 10th August, 2014
Created: 10th August, 2014
My take on the Elian font. It's mostly canonical, with capital letters and lowercase being alike. K, Q, T, and Z are slightly non-traditional. I also have a solution for numbers that I believe to have taken from someone but don't remember who.
Published: 15th July, 2014
Last edited: 15th July, 2014
Created: 15th July, 2014
A vertical version of my Rodjah font. More for the fun of it, really (it's just the graphic designer in me). Makes for some interesting ideas, though...This is a clone of Rodjah
Published: 14th July, 2014
Last edited: 14th July, 2014
Created: 14th July, 2014
A very simple morse code font that is infinitely scalable without loosing readability. Designed for functionality and clarity. Dedicated to my late father who was an avid radio ham.
Published: 10th July, 2014
Last edited: 10th July, 2014
Created: 10th July, 2014
The Numeric Representations of the Letters of the Alphabet, With a 4-Star on Caps, and a Small Square on Lower-Case, Real Numbers Have a Circle.
Published: 30th June, 2014
Last edited: 30th June, 2014
Created: 30th June, 2014
Alphabet from the game "Fez". Both variants:
Big letters are directly from the wiki here: http://fez-game.wikia.com/wiki/Zu_Alphabet and are "uneven", with some not square elements. That's how they appear in the dialogue.
Small letters are perfect square. That's how they look in inscriptions.
The letters are written vertically top right to bottom left ingame. Space is spaced for small letters.
Numbers are also included. Additions are indicated with numbers "overlapping" without a space (see here http://www.xblafans.com/wp-content/uploads//2012/04/Number-System-Solution.png)
Plus some extra symbols like the key codes.
Published: 4th May, 2014
Last edited: 4th May, 2014
Created: 3rd May, 2014
This is a language/secret code I made up I don't expect anyone to use it but I can read it just like I can read English
Published: 3rd February, 2014
Last edited: 3rd February, 2014
Created: 3rd February, 2014
This is a font meant for encoding secret messages. The design is based off a seven-segment display commonly found in older technologies, where there are up to 128 combinations of segments in total. The font in particular only covers the ASCII character set and I have no plans whatsoever to expand beyond that.
Published: 3rd January, 2014
Last edited: 8th November, 2013
Created: 7th August, 2013
A is for Apple, B is for Banana, C is for Cherry, D is for Date, E is for Entawak (I know... what?), F is for Fig, G is for Grape, H is for Hazelnut (nuts are included), I is for Ichang (once again... what?), J is for Jack Fruit (there's gonna be a lot of these), K is for Kiwi, L is for Lemon, M is for Melon, N is for Nectarine, O is for Orange, P is for Pumpkin, Q is for Quince, R is for Raspberry, S is for Strawberry, T is for Tomato, U is for Ugli Fruit, V is for Voavanga (it's a type of Spanish tamarind), W is for White Sapote, X is for Ximenia, Y if for Yangmei, and Z is for Zucchini. Yes, this did take a lot of research. TtND 2.0 is the second in the TtND series, and it's really FRUITY! Hope you guys like it! For more info, go to http://adf.ly/TXpcJ
Published: 31st December, 2013
Last edited: 30th December, 2013
Created: 26th December, 2013
just a font as part of a code i have been working on for years. works with normal English. kinda hard to read. but is easy to learn. I made it the default font for windows and my entire laptop.