What is the Trigomy font?
Trigomy is a proportional pixel font designed on a 5 pixel grid. It is intended for either very small text or as huge display font for posters and the like.
To get a crisp look this font should be used at 10 pt or multiples of 10 pt. (A tip for Adobe Creative Suite applications is to change the standard anti-aliasing method from “sharp” to “crisp” and to align the text to whole pixels. Also avoid centered text.) More…
To get started with type design I thought it was best to start with a pixel font because you don’t have to focus much on the design itself, but rather have to focus on how kerning and spacing works and the various features you can implement with OpenType. And of course I wanted to have a pixel font that had all that I was missing from other pixel fonts.
We were learning trigonometry at the time I started designing Trigomy, and most of the time I misspoke it “trigometry”. So, when I had to come up with a name for my first font I thought: “Why not go with Trigomy?”
Trigomy Font families
The Trigomy includes the following font families:
- Trigomy Outline
Here is a preview of how Trigomy will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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