Fonts & typography
I have produced fonts for the following titles;
- Opus: The Day We Found Earth (multi-platform game) – specially adapted Envy Coder Pro for the primary in-game font
- Cathode (macOS app) – font reproductions and additional symbols/international glyphs
- Cathode (TV Series) – licensed Envy Code font but not sure where it was used in the show if at all
Envy Code (programming)
Specifically designed for programmers with clean distinct monospaced characters.
- Envy Code R – scalable extensively hinted in regular, bold and italic.
- Envy Code A – bitmapped tight spacing 7pt-12pt in regular and bold.
- Envy Code B – bitmapped relaxed spacing 9pt-10pt in regular, bold, italic and bold italics.
These were just done for a bit of fun using iFontMaker on the iPad.
- Damien Typewriter the mean fusion of American Typewriter meets Comic Sans?
- Damien Vertical a vertically straight hand-drawn typeface
FontStruct is a great tool for putting together block-based fonts. I’ve developed a few there:
- Lickable5 small 5×5 pixel font with additional points to force aliasing
- Magic5 small 5×5 pixel monospaced font also available in bold
- SixByFourPro small 6×4 pixel proportional font
- Subpixel5 small 5×5 pixel proportional font that fakes subpixels for anti-aliasing
- Tiny small 5×3 pixel proportional font
ZX Origins (bitmap 8×8)
ZX Origins is a large collection of fonts that all started life as 8×8 pixel monospaced fonts on the Sinclair ZX Spectrum now being repackaged in a variety of formats.
Modern interpretations or takes on older fonts.
- WarGames font inspired by how their screens looked enlarged in some shots
Alternatively check out my complete list of FontStruct creations.
- PalmOS system font pixel-plotted from screen-shots including 8pt regular+bold & 11pt regular
- Tron Legacy screen font, complete with non-monospaced mistakes
- Atari ST (low-res) 16-bit machine in low-resolution
- Amstrad CPC home computer range
- OpenStep mono terminal font
- Sinclair QL business 68k based machine
- Memotech MTX-512 (computer from Weird Science!)
- SAM Coupé 8-bit computer from MGT
- Acorn Archimedes 32-bit ARM based desktop computer
- BBC Micro (mode 1) 6502 based computer popular in 80’s UK schools