What we do:
Perfectly prepared fonts

Perfectly prepared files are a prerequisite for fonts’ error-free functioning in applications or on the web. We can modify your fonts according to current standards and recommendations.

Consistent glyph sets

We can prepare a bespoke optimum set of glyphs (encoding) for your needs and provide logical and consistent character sequence in your fonts so that users in applications can easily find the letters or symbols they need. We can also remove duplicate glyphs.

Glyph naming including suffixies

Correct and consistent glyph naming ensures not only compatibility with other applications, but at the same time speeds up and automates the generation of OpenType functions. This is why before modifying fonts we always inspect the glyph set to reveal incorrectly-named glyphs. Glyph names including endpoints, which we use in font production, are based on names supported in the Glyphs application, or according to your requirements. Glyph names in exported fonts always correspond to current standards.

Development of the original “Foam” (Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam) logo into a typographic system for the museum’s needs. Identity: Vandejong, Amsterdam, Font: Radim Peško.

Unicode values

Where possible, we try to assign all glyphs their corresponding Unicode indexes, including all symbols, geometric shapes, icons, and decorations. In this way, an arrow remains an arrow, even if you change the font.

Font names and font sorting within the family

We can set font names in the family in such a way that individual weights are sorted exactly according to your preference. We know how to merge individual families into one, or vice versa, into smaller units.

Inappropriately sorted weight names of the BC Novatica family in Adobe InDesign.

Setting copyright, version and licence

Every font contains metadata: Information about the designer, the type foundry, file version, etc. We can ensure that all this data is contained in the font and that it has the correct form.