Main Cyrillization


There can be a number of situations when you might need help implementing Cyrillic characters into a font. For instance, you are drawing a font and are planning to add support of Cyrillic characters into it, but you don’t speak any languages that use Cyrillic characters. Or maybe you are entering new markets and you need to add Cyrillic characters into an existing corporate font?

We think that Cyrillization should only be commissioned from native speakers with a proven broad experience in font design. We think that TypeType company meets the following criteria:

1. We deeply care for and respect the Cyrillic alphabet. Native speakers of Russian, Ukrainian and Belarusian languages work for us.

2. All commercial and free fonts launched under the TypeType brand support Cyrillic characters by default.

3. We have already delivered several commissioned cyrillization projects. Please email us if you have any questions.


    If you are interested in getting help with Cyrillization of a font, fill out the form below and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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