custom fonts

Custom fonts are those designed (modified or completely new) specifically for an organisation, often for branding purposes.

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Tribunal went through multiple iterations in a very public trial-and-error process as the custom font of the cross-platform Slovene student magazine Tribuna. Its key stylistic features were developed to meet the functional requirements of a constantly evolving publication with a limited budget.
Typeface stories · 13 December 2013 · English · 1424 words

Blogs 1

Lava font was designed for magazine use, but far transcends its original application. It’s a no-nonsense workhorse typeface that can handle large quantities of text with ease.
23 September 2013

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Software applications which do not support OpenType layout features (check which software does support OTF features) can only display the default forms of letters and numbers. Typotheque fonts designed for small sizes usually use Old Style figures, while fonts designed for headlines use Lining figures.
In specific cases we can customise our fonts. For example: if a certain font is perfect for your situation, but you require a different letter ʻgʼ or ʻ&ʼ glyph, Typotheque can design and implement alternatives based on your needs.
Typotheque has more than 15 years of experience in designing custom type. Custom type may include modifications of our retail fonts, creation of different language versions of our fonts (Greek, Cyrillic, Arabic, etc), or entirely new fonts made to fit your needs.
We donʼt allow others to modify our fonts, but we are open to user requests and can customise our fonts for you for a reasonable fee. Please contact us for details.

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Typotheque offers a range of consultation services covering typographic conventions for various languages, optical adjustments of text, orthography and legibility issues.
Typotheque creates custom fonts and typefaces for corporate branding and identity projects. We offer tailor-made multilingual type solutions for a variety of languages and applications.