ThatKeith > Fonts: VR consultancy, technical and design writing, cross-media design, teaching and lecturing, panorama photography
Consultant, practitioner and lecturer in print and digital publishing, design, tech, and virtual reality imaging
Fonts are fabulous things. They're even better to make, although yes, it does take a LONG time to fine-tune a set of letterforms and get the spacing and kerning just right.
Enjoy these fonts. They are all free to use for commercial and non-commercial projects alike. If you have any questions or type commissions for me, get in touch!
Akzidenz Freena is a font created directly from wooden type letterpress prints, grunge and all.
The Shortcuts font provides all the Macintosh keycap symbols and most Windows ones. Use this when documenting keyboard shortcuts. As used by Focal Press. (Link shortly)
Espy Sans Revived is an experimental vector recreation of Apple's last-ever bitmap-only font, used in the Newton and eWorld, and later adapted for the Apple Guide application and some versions of the iPod.
Constanca Folded recreates a folded paper design by Constanca Costa. It has two weights: cut (regular) and solid (bold).