Denis: I've signed a contract with Google Fonts with extra conditions beyond the OFL itself, in exchange for the very generous stipend for my typeface development. I agree that I probably don't have … (View Post)
A friend of mine claims to be able to speed-read (Latin) by scanning forward between two lines and then backwards between the next two lines, boustrophedon-style, allegedly with funcional reading com… (View Post)
It's true that the /b/ in the sample shows the same heel as yours. My other concerns seem to be well-addressed in the sample, though. The /g/ has more balanced counter sizes and looks more centered … (View Post)
The bowls of /b/q/ look jarring — did you mirror /d/p/? The heel of /b/ is also very unusual.
The /a/ is lower-contrast than the rest, and there's something gooey about its shape. It feel to me as… (View Post)
The /p/q/ cause the baseline to dance up and down; very distracting. The /g/y/ might have a similar problem, but it's less pronounced — would have to see it without /p/q/ enhancing the effect.
As fo… (View Post)