New. Free. Font. Introducing Norwester, my first font design.(jamiewilson.io)

6 years ago from Jamie Wilson, Design/Development @ Twilio.

  • jj moijj moi, 6 years ago

    This looks really good.

    Some obvious kerning pairs I spot right away: LT LV OM UA 74. Some are too tight, some seems untouched. And all pairs of (letter.) and (letter,) (for example A. and A,)

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    • Jamie WilsonJamie Wilson, 6 years ago

      Cool. Thanks for the feedback. I'll keep tweaking.

      Are you using anything special to view pairs? I just have a large text doc with a huge assortment of them. Not sure if that's the best way.

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      • jj moijj moi, 6 years ago (edited 6 years ago )

        I believe what you have is the way to go at a high level.

        I do not use anything special - just type them out in different programs (ai, psd, word, ppt, etc).

        For detailed level, I usually look at all possible pairings: lowercase lowercase lowercase punctuation uppercase uppercase uppercase punctuation uppercase lowercase numeral numeral numeral punctuation numeral uppercase numeral lowercase uppercase numeral lowercase numeral

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        • Jamie Wilson, 6 years ago

          Awesome. Thanks for the response. I made some tweaks last night and got a new version up with some of the glaring kerning oversights taken care of. Thanks a lot for your help!

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