@Jasper de Waard
I think Noto Naskh is not a bad typeface, but it's not my cup of tea.
There is a demand for geometric Arabic typefaces. Latin structure is more geometric and symme… (View Post)
@Jasper de Waard No need for apologies, I'm also not aware of reading habits for the rest of world. But I think low contrast Kufic style has become popular in Arab world (not Persia) despite its susp… (View Post)
As a native to Arabic script I think:
1. Monolinear designs don't have similar function in Arabic. I don't see Monolinear typefaces used in print for Persian readers as much as it happens in Latin. … (View Post)
Personally I'm not fan of only slanted italics. Bringing idea of italic in Arabic is forced by softwares and is not serving a function in Arabic. A person did a research on how you could emphasize wo… (View Post)
They are stylistic features and I can't say if it affects legibility or not. The features of Naslatliq that I see are:
1. Placing the dot of the «ن» inside the bowl.
2. The teeth of «س» does… (View Post)