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Custom Fonts

Sometimes even the font you like may not suit the project. TypeType has a solution: customization.

You can make personal changes to any font you like from the TypeType collection, thus making it more suitable for the project. In the framework of customization, we can make technical or graphic adjustments, depending on what we want to improve in the font.

Below you can see examples of customization by the TypeType team. The original font variant is displayed by default. Click the “ON” button to see the customized version.

Custom Fonts

Customization options

Custom spacing 1

Custom spacing 2

Alternates as default

Custom weight

Condensed version

Expanded version

Customized serif

Custom contrast

Customized glyphs

Custom punctuation

Tabular as default

Old-Style as default

Custom height

Disable ligatures

Custom line-height

Customization types

Customization types

Technical customization.

Suitable for those who are satisfied with the font visually, but some details prevent you from using it to the fullest.  The most common examples of technical customization are:

  • reduction of the font character composition to decrease the size of the font file for use on the web;
  • changing the font parameters to match an original font used on the company’s website earlier.

Graphic customization.

As you might have guessed, this type of customization involves making changes to the looks of some font elements. We are often contacted about:

  • adding a logo to the font character composition;
  • making changes to the graphics of individual glyphs.

There are also situations when customization is not enough, and as you discuss it you realize that you want to order a completely original font for your project. TypeType works with such tasks as well.

    How to get a custom font?

    You just need to write a request for some customization of the font in form below, and we will soon answer you.

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