Published: 7th October, 2012
Last edited: 7th October, 2012
Created: 6th October, 2012
There's something DIN-esque about it, I know. It may be partly because I've always loved that font. However, no font was the source of inspiration for this. The idea was simply to create something generic. If, in the process, it ended resembling DIN or any other font, it's purely by chance (and geometry). Because of it's eventual looks, the name is an obvious play on the word 'din'.
Published: 2nd September, 2009
Last edited: 31st August, 2009
Created: 31st August, 2009
This is designed to look like a computerized font. It's based on a typeface in a magazine ad for a cop detector. (interesting tidbit)
Published: 6th March, 2009
Last edited: 22nd June, 2009
Created: 4th March, 2009 This fontstruction is made for programmers and coders. It's focused on beeing very small, monospaced and easy to read. It includes many international glyphs. It isn't possible to draw some very exotic letters at this small size, so I abstracted or modified them to still identify them or associate them with the original letter.
The additional information behind 'Pure Prog' have got the following meanings:
12 -> use font-size 12 to see the at original size (although fontstruction says its 16)
5x8 -> capital letters are 5 pixel wide and 8 pixel tall
Pixel -> pixelbased (just consists out of sqaure bricks)
mono -> monospaced/fixed width (every glyph has got the same width)
Normal -> normal version (there are some variantions existing)
Published: 9th April, 2008
Last edited: 9th April, 2008
Created: 9th April, 2008
my remake v2 of miniml standard 07_55...
(www.oflittlemother.com / www.typeish.com)This is a clone of Basic (5x7)