All our fonts are released in Opentype format since most of our designs use the added functions like language support or Opentype features. Please consult our Support page for a full list of supported software.

Here is an overview of the features used in our fonts:

 

Ligatures are when one single glyph, or composed letterform, replaces two letters that follow each other, the most common example being fi or fl. Although previous formats allowed a few such ligatures, OpenType technology has really unleashed the possibilities in ligature substitution and many of our fonts feature large sets, some fonts even reaching into the thousands of options!

Whereas Ligatures often correct an esthetic issue, Discretionary Ligatures are more about adding some style and decorative elements to your design, the most frequently seen being glyphs like the c-h or s-h.

Alternates are a series of different letterforms that are provided to offer more choice during layout, this can either be a question of style or then of usage if a certain forms better suits a certain letter combination.

Ligatures are when one single glyph, or composed letterform, replaces two letters that follow each other, the most common example being fi or fl. Although previous formats allowed a few such ligatures, OpenType technology has really unleashed the possibilities in ligature substitution and many of our fonts feature large sets, some fonts even reaching into the thousands of options!

Swash forms are traditionally associated with script style fonts but they simply describe letterforms that are more decoratif in style than the regular letters. Swash letters can be either capitals or miniscules forms and are used in display or larger settings to showcase the additional details.

Ligatures are when one single glyph, or composed letterform, replaces two letters that follow each other, the most common example being fi or fl. Although previous formats allowed a few such ligatures, OpenType technology has really unleashed the possibilities in ligature substitution and many of our fonts feature large sets, some fonts even reaching into the thousands of options!

Fractions have become a standard in most Opentype fonts and offer a great visual and time saving tool that allows designers to automactically insert any fraction into a text. In the older formats, you would have at most 3 fractions, with Opentype, you can access any number of combinations that you will need.

Oldstyle numerals are a more cursive form of number with ascenders and descenders that blend the forms ideally with lowercase letters. A number of our fonts feature Oldstyle figures as an alternate design solution.

Superscript or Subscript numerals are the figure that you will use if you are composing a mathematical formula, they are forms that are reduced in size and with a variable baseline alignment.

Tabular numerals and normally the standard style of numbers that you will find in our designs; the figures therefore are aligned with the capitals letterforms.