Hi everybody, my name is Alex and I am doing my final design project at my university.
I'm designing a typeface for airplanes, that is suppose to easier to read when the instruments are vibrating.
I've done a lot of research on the subject and based pretty much all design-decitions in some kind of theory/study I've found.
The biggest, and probably most noticeable thing is the way horisontal lines are almost completely gone in the second style. The reason for this is because diagonal lines are easier to perceive in an vibrating environment.
I've tried to make every letter as unique and clear as possible, because I don't want the user to have a hard time recognising or mixing up the letters up with each other.
I made it monospaced because a lot of the text in these instrument are set vertically, and there's a lot of acronyms/shortend words.
This is the first time I'm making a monospaced typeface, so any feedback about the proportions would be very appreciated!
If there's something else you notice that I could change I'd love to hear also.
Here's a link to the album with some images https://imgur.com/a/Ic9ZB