Chrsgrbr asked for comments on a nice-looking typeface he’s designing, so I thought I’d do the same with one I’ve been working on in my off hours.
I’ve intentionally designed it to be a rather generic, industrial-looking, workhorse typeface for use mainly at display sizes.
It’s a 42-font family consisting of three sets that correspond to varying widths including italics (not shown). I’m also planning on releasing it as two variable font files (upright & italic) which will interpolate all the intermediate widths and weights to whatever the user would like them to be on both web and print for those apps and browsers that support variable fonts.
Anyway, I’m still working on fine-tuning, kerning, hinting and the italics, which always seem to take longer than the uprights.
Click to enlarge, obviously. Any comments, criticisms, suggestions, etc.?