7 comments

  • Luke Murphy-WearmouthLuke Murphy-Wearmouth, 6 years ago

    Just a note: the rendering (mainly the e) of he webfont on Windows/Chrome is coming through a bit buggy. :)

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  • Kemie Guaida, 6 years ago

    (I know I'm late to the game- After more than a years' work, Comic Neue beat me by a few weeks :( )

    A while ago I decided to stop mocking comic sans and instead do something about it. I created JollyGood sans as a replacement that would keep the fun, informal, handmade feel of CS, but with a more polished look (seriously, have you taken a close look at the capital H in CS?). The result is a family of 11 fonts (more on the pipeline) that are legible, web-friendly, and have very complete character sets.

    I hope it gives designers an alternative for when a comicsans-ish touch is needed.

    JollyGood Basic is free, the rest are 60% off for a limited time.

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    • Tom GantzerTom Gantzer, 6 years ago

      Your visual style for the landing page is fantastic; it really sells the font. I'm in love! Good job :D

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  • Ryan RushingRyan Rushing, 6 years ago

    Comic Sans is perfect.

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  • Kemie Guaida, 6 years ago

    Yikes! that's more than a little buggy. I'll get on i, thanks!

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    • Luke Murphy-WearmouthLuke Murphy-Wearmouth, 6 years ago

      no problems. Windows web rendering is a bitch. Funny, when you consider that IE9+ is one of the best at rendering type...

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