Typodermic News Archive

30
MAR
2015
Salsbury and I

Salsbury and the Singular Possessive I

Salsbury has been updated. The Turkish lira, the old double-dash sterling, Indian rupee and Russian ruble have been added. A serifed I has been added. In OpenType savvy applications, the straight I will be automatically substituted with a serifed version in the following...
03
FEB
2015

NK57 Monospace

I just released NK57 Monospace, a 60-style programmer typeface. I’ll be taking a break from releasing new fonts for a little while. I’ve been releasing fonts steadily since 1996 and it’s time for a little time off. I’m still working on language expansions...
28
AUG
2014

The Larabie Fonts Collection

What’s the deal with Larabie Fonts & Typodermic? From 1996 to 2001, before Typodermic Fonts, I created 383 free fonts. Most of these fonts were gradually updated and migrated to Typodermic Fonts. The Typodermic Fonts license agreement applies to fonts the Larabie Fonts...
25
APR
2014

Legions of Scrapbookers meet Typodermic Fonts

I get lots of questions about scrapbook related products. The distinction that usually requires explanation is the difference between words and an alphabet. Words are . . . just regular words, like the ones you’re reading right now. An alphabet is...
06
OCT
2010
Video Game Fonts Through the Centuries

Video Game Fonts Through the Centuries

I used to work in video games. Back in 1986, I worked on an Amiga/Atari ST game you’ve never heard of called Alien Fires. I worked on a couple of Nintendo, GameBoy and Super Nintendo games, a few PC games and some other stuff. I’ve created a lot of fonts for video...