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Custom Fonts

At TypeType, we’ve got a broad experience in creating both fully custom fonts and modified fonts based on the fonts from our collection.

You might find some nuances of already existing fonts unsuitable for your purposes, or you need a completely original font in order to create unique corporate identity.

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

Why would you need it?

Why would you need it?

If you are thinking of an original font, we are ready to offer the following collaboration models:

Custom fonts
If you require a truly exclusive product, you need to order a custom font. The font will meet all your requirements and will be unique for sure.
Fonts modification
The easiest way to get a custom font is to modify an existing one from our library. We are ready to discuss and implement all the necessary changes within the shortest possible time. As the result, you will get an individual product with exclusive rights to it.

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    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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    We know that the process of selecting the right license can be quite complicated. We offer you a small cheat sheet for the proper selection of licenses, which will help you better understand the issue of licensing and find the right license before you purchase typefaces for commercial use.

    Hinting

    Font hinting (also known as instructing) is the use of mathematical instructions to adjust the display of an outline font so that it lines up with a rasterized grid.
    At low screen resolutions, hinting is critical for producing clear, legible text. It can be accompanied by antialiasing and (on liquid crystal displays) subpixel rendering for further clarity.