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Based on the positive experience in creating typefaces such as TT Norms Pro and TT Commons, we once came up with the ambitious idea of trying to create the perfect typeface to work in modern interfaces on most known mobile and web platforms. We took this project very seriously and, before proceeding with the design itself, we carried out rather extensive research work.
You can learn the detailed history of the typeface creation in the article by the link, and here we will tell you what we got in the end. TT Interfaces consists of 24 styles: 18 styles in the basic family, 4 monospaced fonts, and 2 variable fonts. The main visual features of TT Interfaces include the open aperture of the characters, the uniform distribution of white and black, as well as excellent readability. The general neutrality of the font pattern is not without elegance, and all the details of the typeface are made with mathematical precision and love. In addition, TT Interfaces has the most advanced manual TrueType hinting.
The basic TT Interfaces family consists of 18 styles (9 weights and 9 oblique), in each of which there are more than 930+ glyphs. In the typeface you can find old-style figures, stylistic alternates, mathematical signs, as well as 100 universal icons divided into five thematic groups: basic actions, states, sections of the site, documents and folders, mobile interface. TT Interfaces supports more than 180 languages based on extended Latin and Cyrillic, including Bulgarian localization. And especially for those who are invested into the subject, we made two variable styles (upright and oblique), which in their sign composition completely follow the basic set.
TT Interfaces Mono is a complementary family of 4 styles (2 upright and 2 oblique), each of which consists of 740+ glyphs. We intentionally changed the sign composition of the Mono subfamily—we added special characters to the encoding and removed everything that was not needed (for example, ligatures). Although Mono borrowed the basic style-forming aspects of the main family, for example, the openness of the aperture or the degree of rounding of the circles, but due to the monospace, it adds some of his own character. First of all, this difference can be found in the changed design of signs, in noticeable visual compensators, as well as in italics, whose design is made in a more humanist way.
TT Hoves completes the TypeType font trilogy dedicated to modern sans serif. The first was TT Norms—the universal geometric sans for the widest possible range of tasks. The second was the neutral sans TT Commons, which was originally designed as a corporate typeface for TypeType studios.
Unlike the first two typefaces included in the trilogy, TT Hoves has a distinct character, but without too bright bursts or kinks—it’s not too neutral and is moderately bright. We wanted to create a sans serif with recognizable patterns and geometry that would be perfectly suited for solving visual problems in such areas as architecture, design, industry, science, astronomy, drawing, high tech, research, space, statistics.
The typeface name TT Hoves comes from an abbreviated combination of two words: horizontals + verticals (ho + ve), which is intended to emphasize the fact that vertical and horizontal strokes predominate in the design of the typeface. Other distinctive features of the TT Hoves design are sharp turns in letters like f t J r j and the shape of the internal junctions of diagonal 2-point strokes (A W M N V X), which is intended to add a square and technologically advanced touch to the picture. The stroke thickness tends to a single width for the entire range of styles, with natural compensations in the boldest styles.
The TT Hoves font family consists of 20 fonts: 10 weights (from Hairline to Black) and 10 corresponding italics. Each of the styles includes 1348 glyphs. TT Hoves covers almost all languages using the Latin alphabet, as well as most languages using Cyrillic. In addition, in TT Hoves you can find a small capitals for Latin and Cyrillic and a large number of ligatures and stylistic alternates. In order to make it more convenient for you to use stylistic alternates, we have divided them into separate stylistic sets, one letter per set.
We also did not forget about the mathematical and navigation signs, drew currency signs and added all types of numbers. A complete list of useful OpenType features that you can find in TT Hoves: zero, frac, ordn, case, c2sc, smcp, ccmp, locl, sinf, sups, numr, dnom, tnum, onum, lnum, pnum, dlig, liga, calt, salt, ss01, ss02, ss03, ss04, ss05, ss06, ss07, ss08, ss09, ss10, ss11, ss12, ss13, ss14, ss15, ss16, ss17. Separately, we would like to draw your attention to high-quality and detailed hinting, which is designed to help the typeface work well in a small size and even on small screens.
The starting point of the TT Trailers project was the idea to develop a new generation of narrow typefaces for use in movie credits and posters. Our portfolio already had a modular geometric sans TT Bluescreens, so the new project from the very beginning was in a humanist spirit. In addition, we conducted a small study and found that there are not many modern narrow humanist grotesques on the market. TT Trailers is based on the concept of preserving the amount of white: when changing from thin to bold, the width of characters increases significantly, which ultimately allows you to save an equal amount of white inside and between letters.
The big challenge for us was the task of making the curves sufficiently smooth. The closed aperture of the characters also emphasizes the smoothness and plasticity of the letters and helps the typeface to maintain a consistent rhythm. In some letters, we designed flared diagonals and added massive compensators, which are designed to combat potential sticking. In addition, we quite actively used “loops” in the design of some letters, which, together with the contrast and humanist style give TT Trailers a slight retro touch and refer us to the cinema posters of the 60s.
We spent a lot of time working with the rhythm of the typeface, which was quite difficult because of its humanist character, especially in the Cyrillic segment. We have drawn contextual alternates for some Cyrillic pairs of characters that are designed to help preserve the rhythm of the typeface and to deal with possible holes in the set, which is especially important for this type of ultra-thin fonts. In addition, the design of some Cyrillic letters turned out to be a bit unusual, which is due to the functions embedded in them, but at the same time this is intended to emphasize the character and the spirit of the font family.
And now we will tell you a little more about the unique TT Trailers features. First, it is the TITL OpenType feature (titling alternates), which allows you to arrange the letters one above the other, while not going beyond the height of the uppercase character. So, all you have to do is choose an even number of characters and click on the TITL feature and the characters will be placed one above the other. Moreover, all the signs in this feature are monospaced, so they will always be located strictly one above the other.
Secondly, we made it possible to raise letters and numbers to lower or upper case. In both cases, the character will occupy half the height of the uppercase character and will perfectly match with blocks of double characters. In addition, you can include underscores in upper case characters. These features are great for use in movie titles and posters, or for layouts that require underlined notation for topographic units.
In total, the TT Trailers font family includes 11 fonts: this is the main typeface consisting of 9 styles, a variable version of the font, and 1 font with icons. The main styles consist of 1078 glyphs and have a broad language support (extended Latin, Cyrillic, Bulgarian locl., etc.). In addition, we drew a large number of ligatures and alternates (for Latin and Cyrillic), oldstyle figures and simply there are a lot of other useful features (ordn, case, c2sc, smcp, ccmp, frac, sinf, sups, numr, dnom, tnum, pnum , onum, lnum, liga, dlig, salt, ss01, ss02, ss03, ss04, ss05, ss06, ss07, ss08, titl, calt).
And be sure to try the variable version of TT Trailers, with which you can choose the individual thickness you need. The variable version of TT Trailers completely copies the composition and functionality of standard styles and allows you to use all the features. By the way, when you purchase the entire TT Trailers family, you will receive entirely free the variable version of the TT Trailers, TT Trailers Variable.
The TT Tsars font family is a collection of serif display titling fonts that are stylized to resemble the fonts of the beginning, the middle and the end of the XVIII century. The project is based on title fonts, that is, the fonts that were used to design book title pages. The idea for the project TT Tsars was born after a small study of the historical development of the Cyrillic type and is also based on Abram Shchitsgal’s book "Russian Civil Type".
At the very beginning of the project, we had developed a basic universal skeleton for the forms of all characters in all subfamilies of the family, and later on we added styles, visual features, artefacts and other nuances typical of the given period onto the skeleton. Yes, from the historical accuracy point of view it might be that such an approach is not always justified, but we have achieved our goal and as a result we have created perfectly combinable serifs that can be used to style an inscription for a certain time period.
The TT Tsars font family consists of 20 fonts: 5 separate subfamilies, each of which consists of 4 fonts. Each font contains 580 glyphs, except for the TT Tsars E subfamily, in which each font consists of 464 characters. Instead of lowercase characters in the typeface, small capitals are used, which also suggests that the typeface is rather a display than text one. In TT Tsars you can find a large number of ligatures (for Latin and Cyrillic alphabets), arrows and many useful OpenType features, such as: frac, ordn, sinf, sups, numr, dnom, case, onum, tnum, pnum, lnum, salt (ss01), dlig.
Time-related characteristics of the subfamilies are distributed as follows:
• TT Tsars A—the beginning of the 18th century (Latin and Cyrillic)
• TT Tsars B—the beginning of the 18th century (Latin and Cyrillic)
• TT Tsars C—the middle of 18th century (Latin and Cyrillic)
• TT Tsars D—the end of the 18th century (Latin and Cyrillic)
• TT Tsars E—conditionally the beginning of the 18th century (only Latin)
TT Tsars A and TT Tsars B families (both the beginning of the 18th century) have different starting points: for TT Tsars A it is Latin, for TT Tsars B it is Cyrillic. The development of the TT Tsars A family began in Latin, the font is based on the royal serif Romain du Roi. Cyrillic alphabet is harmoniously matched to the Latin. The development of the TT Tsars B family began in Cyrillic, which is based on a Russian civil type. Characteristic elements are the curved one-sided serifs of triangular characters (A, X, Y), drops appear in the letter Ж, the middle strokes В and P are adjacent to the main stroke. Latin was drawn to pair with Cyrillic. It is still based on the royal serif, but somewhat changed: the letters B and P are closed, and the upper bar of the letter A rose. This was done for the visual combination of Cyrillic and Latin and at the same time to make a distinction between TT Tsars A and TT Tsars B.
TT Tsars C is now the middle of the 18th century. Cyrillic alphabet itself did not stand still and evolved, and by the middle of the 18th century its forms have changed and become to look the way they are shown in this font family. Latin forms are following the Cyrillic. The figures are also slightly modified and adapted to the type design. In TT Tsars C, Cyrillic and Latin characters are created in parallel. A distinctive feature of the Cyrillic alphabet in TT Tsars C is the residual influence of the flat pen. This is noticeable in such signs as З, Ж, K. The shape of the letters Р, Ц, Щ, Э is very characteristic of the period. In the Latin alphabet, a characteristic leg appears at the letter R. For both languages, there is a typical C characterised by an upper serif and the appearance of large, even somewhat bolding serifs on horizontals (T, E, Г, L).
TT Tsars D is already the end of the 18th century, when with the development of printing, the forms of some Cyrillic characters had changed and turned into new skeletons of letters that we transposed into Latin. The figures were also stylized. In this font, both Cyrillic and Latin are stylistically executed with different serifs and are thus logically separated. The end of the century is characterized by the reduction of decorative elements. Straight, blueprint-like legs of the letters Я, R, K, Ж. Serifs are very pronounced and triangular. E and Э are one-sided on the middle horizontal line. A very characteristic C with two serifs appears in the Latin alphabet
TT Tsars E is a steampunk fantasy typeface, its theme is a Latinized Russian Сivil type (also referred to as Grazhdansky type which emerged after Peter the Great’s language reform), which includes only the Latin alphabet. There is no historical analogue to this typeface, it is exclusively our reflections on the topic of what would have happened if the civil font had developed further and received a Latin counterpart. We imagined such a situation in which the civil type was exported to Europe and began to live its own life.
TT Supermolot Neue is a redesigned, extended and greatly enhanced reincarnation of the popular TT Supermolot and TT Supermolot Condensed font families. During its existence, the hammers (‘molot’ in Russian) managed to get into the spotlight in a huge number of projects, for example, in popular video games, films, and branding. Despite its popularity, the limited composition of old families put boundaries their development, which prompted us to release a completely redesigned and greatly extended version. And while the old families could offer designers only a limited number of tools, in the new version you can already find 54 fonts, and each individual font now consists of more than 620 glyphs.
First, we have added a completely new subfamily, TT Supermolot Neue Extended. But this is only the tip of the iceberg—in order to achieve visual harmony between the three subfamilies, we completely revised the distribution of widths among them. As a result of this work, the width of the TT Supermolot Neue Normal subfamily became a bit narrower, and the width of the TT Supermolot Neue Condensed subfamily became even narrower than it was in the old version. Secondly, we’ve increased the number of weights. While in the old versions there were only 5 weights, in the new ones there are 9 in each of the subfamilies.
In addition, we gave a facelift to the lowercase and uppercase letters. In TT Supermolot Neue, the design of all controversial grapheme forms was soothed and now the family can also be used in the text set. We have completely redrawn italics. It took us half a year to compensate for all the circles, to transform italic strokes, to work out the position of the diacritics, to make right the spacing, and to finish kerning.
Following a good tradition, in the TT Supermolot Neue extensive support for useful OpenType features was added, and hinting was also improved. If we talk about visual features, we recommend paying closer attention to two stylistic sets: the first set (ss01) is designed to make the typeface more humanist, and when you turn on the second set (ss02), the typeface becomes even more technological. In addition, the typeface has more than 26 items of standard and discretionary ligatures. We also have not forgotten about the figures and we added a set of old-style figures to the standard version. In addition, the typeface has case, ordn, frac, sups, sinf, numr, dnom, onum, tnum, lnum, pnum, calt, liga, dlig, salt, ss01, ss02.
TT Firs Neue is a contemporary reincarnation of the good old Scandinavian TT Firs sans-serif. In the process of updating the old typeface, we realized that the number of innovations and the amount of work done definitely deserve a full-fledged new release, and thus TT Firs Neue has come to life.
What has changed? Everything, starting from the proportions of letters and ending with a new formula for the interpolation of weights! So, we changed the proportions of uppercase and lowercase characters; corrected the difference in weight between the letters in fonts of different weights. We changed the basic thicknesses of the strokes so that none of their 18 fonts would stand out with their weight and would be completed following a strict system. We created completely new Italics. And, of course, we made changes directly to the style of the typeface and its letters—the letters have become fresher and cleaner from the geometric point of view.
The most interesting change in the font is the significant extension of its scope. While the old type family was primarily focused on display matters—that is, very large short inscriptions, the new version implies active use of the typeface in the text and on the web. With all this, the font’s character has not been weakened, but has even gained some more strength. This can be perfectly seen in the radical extenders of the letters gltf, or in the super-display visual compensators for horizontal strokes in the bold weights of the typeface. Even though the standard display of TT Firs Neue has become brighter and more audacious, you can always calm it down a little by simply turning on stylistic alternates.
And that is not all! And how about small capitals, and other OpenType features, you ask? In TT Firs Neue, you will find small caps (for Latin and Cyrillic alphabets) and a set of stylistic alternates. In addition to the «standard ligatures», in TT Firs Neue you can find a large number of original ligatures (30 items) for capital letters, which cover popular two- and three-letter high-frequency combinations from Scandinavian languages. In addition, to support the linguistic features of Scandinavian countries, we prepared a set of capital letters with pinned-down diacritics (including their small capital versions). To access this function, you need to use the calt feature (contextual alternates), or enable the second stylistic set (ss02) in InDesign. And that’s not all, there are a lot of useful features in TT Firs Neue, such as: ordn, case, c2sc, smcp, ccmp, frac, sinf, sups, numr, dnom, tnum, onum, lnum, pnum, dlig, liga , salt (ss01), ss02, locl, calt.
TT Barrels is an elegant scotch style modern serif with strong industrial accents in its design. The TT Barrels project was born from a fictional technical assignment in which we tried to combine the technological effectiveness of industrial production used in engineering and the restrictions imposed by it with a beautiful scotch style serif. We decided to create a typeface that could be used to press letters on the metal body of a car, all while the typeface being elegant, and possessing sophisticated details that are typical of the classic text fonts of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
In the process of designing and sketching, we reconsidered certain aspects and abandoned some of the requirements imposed by the technology of metal letter pressing, for example, from the extensive application of visual compensators, the decreased strokes contrast, and the hyperdeformation of individual letter elements to preserve a more pronounced rhythm of these elements. First of all, we wanted both to maintain the ease of reading for the entire text array and follow the rules of aesthetics of each letter in the typeface, while still leaving some influence of industrialism. In the end, this influence is best manifested in serifs, which are quite massive and have a technologically exaggerated wedge shape.
TT Barrels consists of 12 fonts: Light, Regular, DemiBold, Bold, Extrabold, Black and the corresponding Italics. Each outline consists of more than 999 glyphs and includes small capitals, ligatures (for Latin and Cyrillic alphabets), stylistic alternates, old-style figures, and many other useful features. The full list of OpenType features: ordn, c2sc, smcp, case, frac, sinf, sups, numr, dnom, tnum, onum, lnum, pnum, dlig, liga, calt, salt (ss01).
TT Rounds Neue is a new modern look at the once-popular TT Rounds and TT Rounds Condensed typefaces. At some point, we realized that the old «rounds» could no longer cope with the modern requirements for typefaces, and we decided to completely rework them.
To begin with, we corrected the visual balance between bold and thin faces and revised the proportions of the letters. We also completely redrew all the glyphs of the typeface while significantly changing the design of some of them. Thanks to this, the typeface looks more modern and can be used even in a text set. In addition, thanks to improved hinting, the typeface is well optimized for working on the web.
To the standard and condensed subfamilies, we have added a new compressed subfamily, and now TT Rounds Neue consists of three widths variations. The number of weights was increased to 9, which together with Italics equals 18 fonts in each subfamily or 54 fonts in the total, and allows to greatly expand the possibilities of using the typeface. We want to emphasize the work done on Italics—it took us nearly a year to compensate for all the circles.
In addition, now TT Rounds Neue boasts a broad support of OpenType features, which the old versions could only dream of. Now you can use ligatures, a set of alternate characters, old-style figures and many other useful features. The complete list of OpenType features that are used in TT Rounds Neue: frac, ordn, case, sups, sinf, numr, dnom, tnum, pnum, onum, liga, dlig, salt (aka ss01).
TT Nooks is an experimental font family that includes a high contrast serif, TT Nooks, and an upright italic, TT Nooks Script. Despite the difference in style, both subfamilies get along well, which is partially thanks to their similar proportions. Each of the subfamilies includes 4 weights: Light, Regular, Bold and Black.
The main subfamily is TT Nooks—a stylish high-contrast serif with a light touch of self-centeredness. If TT Nooks were a person, it would be an elegant lady with an independent and firm personality. In the original sketches of TT Nooks there were traces of a broad pen, but in the course of further evolution the typeface moved away from this style, retaining only the high contrast of strokes. In addition, in the process of design searches TT Nooks has obtained a touch of geometricity.
The serifs in TT Nooks stand out especially visibly thanks to their geometric shape that resembles slippers. In addition to their peculiarity, such serifs add stability to the font and allow better compensation of the black and white ratio within the letters. TT Nooks has small capitals for Latin and Cyrillic alphabets, as well as a set of stylistic alternates (including some figures) that makes the typeface a bit more geometric. In addition, we have drawn more than 25 ligatures, including ligatures for capital letters, slashed zero and many other useful OpenType features.
TT Nooks Script is a complementary family designed to harmoniously extend the main family and expand its scope. The forms of the characters in bold and light fonts of TT Nooks Script are quite different. For example, Black & Bold have high contrast strokes and an open aperture, and in Regular & Light the aperture of the characters is closed. TT Nooks also has small capitals for Latin and Cyrillic alphabets, ligatures, oldstyle figures and other OpenType features.
In light faces, TT Nooks Script is more humanist and has artifacts inherent to the continuous movement of a flat pen. In bold faces, TT Nooks Script has a very dense and dynamic typing rhythm, and the shape of the letters begins to geometrize. We had had the difficult task of preserving the continuity of forms between bold and light faces, and we have managed to solve it thanks to the found rhythm, which united different fonts, and proximate stylistic solutions.
TT Smalls is a geometric sans serif created for use in video clips and for video production. The main feature of the font family is the big difference between the uppercase and lowercase characters, in which we intentionally diminish the x-height. At the same time, in order for signs to be readable and balanced, the font uses pronounced visual compensators and a large letter spacing.
In the typeface there is a decorative set of alternative characters that covers the uppercase Latin alphabet, uppercase Cyrillic alphabet, and standard figures. As the thickness of the strokes decreases, the number of layer lines in the design of the letter decreases. For example, in the Black weight, the design in an alternative decorative set consists of 4 layers-lines, and in Thin already only of one line. In order to simplify the access to this special set, we have programmed it for the SMCP (small caps) feature. You just need to turn it on.
Especially for video production we have prepared a set of particular catchwords that are included in each font, and whose height corresponds to the x-height of the lowercase sign. For catchwords output, you need to type a special combination of characters. For example, to get the AKA catchword, you need to type one of the following combinations: a+k+a, or A+K+A, or a_k_a, or A_K_A. Using any of these combinations will make the catchword appear. It is important to note that for successful use of catchwords, the feature calt (contextual alternates) must be permanently turned on.
The TT Smalls font family consists of 18 fonts: 9 weights and 9 italics. The family has a set of stylistic alternatives, which make the typeface a bit more humanist when turned on. TT Smalls features 16 ligatures, including several Cyrillic, old-style figures, a set of navigational arrows. In addition, TT Smalls supports a large number of other useful OpenType features such as case, ordn, sups, sinf, dnom, numr, onum, tnum, pnum, calt, frac.
TT Phobos is a pliable display serif with a soft and gentle character. The features of the typeface are the moderate contrast between bold and thin strokes, pliable visual compensators, and the counter-clockwise bend of internal ovals. In addition to 6 weights and 6 italic, TT Phobos also includes two original decorative fonts, inline and stencil.
Despite its pliability and display character, TT Phobos is dynamic enough and is well suited for text arrays even in large text blocks. The serifs of letters are completely asymmetrical and bring in dynamics when reading the text from left to right. Thanks to the harmonious contrast of black and white forms and internal negative spaces of the letters, as well as its broad letter spacing, the typeface is well read in small sizes. In this case, the character of the letters is completely preserved, partially thanks to the exaggerated elegant visual compensators.
The ornamental pattern used in TT Phobos Inline varies for capital and lowercase letters. Capital letters implement a more complex double inline with a rhombic element in the middle, and in the lower case features a simplified form of the inline, made in a single movement. Thanks to the original cutting, TT Phobos Stencil stands out for its expression, and the rounded cuts add even more visual style to the font.
TT Phobos consists of 14 faces: 6 weights (Light, Regular, DemiBold, Bold, ExtraBold, Black), 6 Italics, inline and stencil. There are 17 ligatures in TT Phobos, including several Cyrillic ones. The typeface has stylistic alternates, which adds an italic effect to the upright fonts, and a little solemnity of the upright version to the italics. In addition, we have not forgotten about the old-style figures and other useful OpenType features, such as ordn, sups, sinf, dnom, numr, onum, tnum, pnum, liga, dlig, salt (ss01), frac, case.
TT Severs is a geometric grotesque with emphasized elements of internal brackets. A distinctive feature of TT Severs is the unusual form of internal ovals, which refers us to the style of traditional Arabic writing. TT Severs has a strong character and is great for use in high tech (IT), the web, in robotics, computer games, and sports.
TT Severs is a 2-in-1 font family. In a large body size, it works great as a display font, creating a distinctive character for logos and headings. At the same time, when TT Severs is used in a small body size or in large text arrays, the font’s peculiarities of bracket construction fade, and it perfectly functions as a text font, thanks to both the low contrast between vertical and horizontal strokes and the detailed logic of interaction of black and white letter elements.
The font family TT Severs includes 18 fonts, each of which consists of 558 glyphs. The family has standard and discrete ligatures, which include experimental ligatures for the Cyrillic alphabet. In addition, TT Severs can be made a little more humanist—it is enough to turn on stylistic alternates, and due to them, the font takes the form of a humanist grotesque, which refers us to traditional broad nib writing. As part of the font family, you will also find old-style figures and a large number of OT features such as case, ordn, sups, sinf, dnom, numr, onum, tnum, pnum, liga, dlig, salt (ss01), frac.
TT Tricks is a modern serif font family whose design refers us to the style of transitional serifs. The distinctive features of TT Tricks are the relatively low contrast of strokes, the slightly squarish shapes of round characters and the emphasized businesslike nature.
The original idea of TT Tricks is based on the graduation project of student Sofia Yasenkova, who chose to create a daily planner font as her final project. This led to many stylistic decisions, for example, the large and asymmetrical serifs, low contrast strokes, and the presence of interesting details.
In the process of working on TT Tricks, we have significantly revised the initial idea and expanded the areas of possible font application, while maintaining the original spirit of the project. Despite the large number of display details, the typeface looks great in a small point size, and also when it is used in large text arrays.
TT Tricks features an original stylistic set which, when turned on, adds features of typical pointed-pen serifs to some of the lowercase characters. In addition, TT Tricks has small capitals for Latin and Cyrillic alphabets, as well as several interesting ligatures.
The TT Tricks font family consists of two font subfamilies, these are the main version and the version with the original stencil cutting. Each subfamily consists of 12 fonts: Light, Regular, DemiBold, Bold, ExtraBold, Black + True Italics. Following a good tradition, TT Tricks supports a large number of OpenType features: ordn, case, c2sc, smcp, frac, sinf, sups, numr, dnom, onum, tnum, pnum, dlig, liga, calt, salt (ss01).
TT Commons is a universal sans serif with a minimal contrast of strokes, a closed aperture and geometric shapes of characters. The design of the typeface was developed for the widest possible range of tasks with which any quality corporate font is required to cope.
The history of TT Commons originates from the new TypeType logo, which appeared in late 2016 as part of the rebranding project. Ideas embedded in the logo formed the basis of two fully developed faces (regular and medium), which in early 2017 became the official corporate typeface of the TypeType Foundry.
Initially, we did not plan to release TT Commons for sale, but given the number of incoming requests, we changed our decision. At the same time, we have significantly improved the typeface: we increased the number of faces to 18, added small capitals for the Latin and Cyrillic alphabets, expanded the character case to 771 glyphs, introduced 18 OpenType features, and included experimental hinting performed at our studio by our team.
Low contrast strokes and averaged drawing of letters makes TT Commons excellent for large arrays of text. On the other hand, individually developed design of each glyph makes it possible to use it successfully as a display font. The typeface intentionally does not have distinctive decorative details. On the contrary, it wins hearts with his laconism, simplicity and sharpness of forms, which set the seasoned corporate style for years to come.
The name TT Commons comes from the word ’common’ (widely accepted, typical, frequent)—this typeface can be used for any everyday tasks related to typography. And small capitals, stylistic alternates, ligatures, arrows, different types of figures and other features (ordn, frac, case, c2sc, smcp, sinf, sups, numr, dnom, tnum, onum, lnum, pnum, liga, dlig, calt, salt, ss01) add significant functionality. If you are in doubt about which font to choose, pick TT Commons, it will definitely work.
TT Jenevers is a modern serif with Dutch flavor. The font family features the characteristic details peculiar to Dutch serifs—these are the asymmetrical shape of serifs and an irregular slant of ovals. For example, in the letter «o» there is no slant, but it is present in p-q. In TT Jenevers, both lowercase and uppercase characters are of a large size, which makes it a rather display typeface. At the same time, the big half-ellipse of the lowercase characters does not allow the letters to stick, which allows the implementation of TT Jenevers in text arrays. The italics of the TT Jenevers are slightly narrower as compared to upright faces—this is done to ensure a greater density of the text array.
TT Jenevers font family consists of 12 fonts (6 upright and 6 true Italics), each of which has more than 740 characters. The typefaces include small capitals for Cyrillic and Latin alphabets, 33 ligatures, standard and old-style figures, and stylistic alternates. We have prepared two dissimilar stylistic sets, which allow changing the nature of TT Jenevers to a more hand-written one, or adding a futuristic touch to the typeface. In addition, you can find a large number of other useful features in TT Jenevers: ordn, case, c2sc, smcp, frac, sups, sinf, numr, dnom, onum, tnum, pnum, lnum, liga, dlig, salt, ss01, ss02, zero.
TT Wellingtons is an attempt to combine the style of English humanist sans-serifs of the early 20th century with the requirements for modern geometric grotesques. Our main task was to preserve the feeling of hand-written origin of the letters while simplifying their design and making it as functional as possible.
One can find many artifacts typical of the traditional technique of poster pen movement on paper in TT Wellingtons. These are the asymmetric sections of the upper and lower corners of the letters «C» or «Э» or the smooth elements of the strokes connection, which are clearly visible in lowercase Latin characters, for example, in the letter «n». The large size of lowercase characters’ height and the geometric manner of circle construction — they are pillow-shaped in TT Wellingtons — can be classified as modern type peculiarities. Apart from all listed above, the typeface features a set of stylistic alternates that changes the shape of style-forming characters to a purely geometric one.
TT Wellingtons consists of 9 weights and 9 true Italics. By default, the standard set uses oldstyle figures, but if necessary, you can easily turn the lining figures on. The typeface includes more than 20 ligatures, stylistic alternates and other useful features. The full list of OpenType features used in TT Wellingtons is: ordn, sups, sinf, numr, dnom, lnum, onum, tnum, pnum, liga, dlig, salt, ss01, ss02, ss03, ss04, case, frac.
TT Tunnels is a glyptal modular font family with narrow proportions and a large number of pronounced visual compensators. In the basic version of the typeface, all glyphs have simple chopped shapes, created according to the usual geometric principles. In the alternative version of TT Tunnels, which becomes available when you turn on OpenType feature salt or ss01, the typeface comes to life and turns into a stylized ductal gothic grotesque, in which the design of glyph forms is created based on the pen movements.
Despite the fact that TT Tunnels was created as a display typeface for use in short inscriptions and titles, it works very interestingly in the body text, adding a small touch of archaics. This is especially evident in the Bold and Black faces, when the rhythm and thickness of the strokes create a dense set, covering the paper with a solid, dense pattern. The density and style of such a set conceptually refers us to the old Gothic texture and the Old Slavonic script.
In addition to a larger number of alternates for lowercase letters, the typeface features an alternate for number 2, an alternate slashed zero, many ligatures, and other useful OpenType features (ordn, frac, sinf, sups, numr, dnom, case, tnum, onum, pnum, liga, salt, ss01, zero). The TT Tunnels includes five faces: Thin, Light, Regular, Bold, Black.
TT Travels is a geometric grotesque with wide proportions and peculiar shapes of circles and brackets. TT Travels incorporates two stylistic sets which add completely different characters to the type family. The first set ss01 (aka salt) makes the font more humanistic, thanks to the ductal and smooth design of the characters defining the style. And if you want to work with the futuristic version of TT Travels, we recommend that you enable the second set (ss02). In this set, most of the characters defining the style change to characters possessing experimental forms of graphemes.
For the convenience of the TT Travels font family use and for working within a complex text hierarchy, we’ve created 9 weights (Thin, X-Light, Light, Regular, Medium, DemiBold, Bold, X-Bold, Black) and added 9 true Italics. TT Travels also implements standard and discretionary ligatures, oldstyle figures, slashed zero, and much more. The full list of OpenType features used in TT Travels is: ordn, sups, sinf, numr, dnom, onum, tnum, pnum, liga, dlig, salt, ss01, ss02, case, frac, zero.
TT Backwards is an experimental font project inspired by the USSR typography and fonts of the late 70s and early 80s. Shop signs, posters, and book design—this is where we drew the inspiration for our project from. TT Backwards consists of two complimentary font subfamilies, a Script and a Grotesque, each of them includes 5 typefaces in 5 different weights (Thin, Light, Regular, Bold, Black).
TT Backwards Script is a non-contrast almost monolinear solid script inspired by shop signs, poster and book design of the USSR. TT Backwards Script features a large number of Latin and Cyrillic ligatures (more than 70 items), which allows to make the script versatile and sophisticated to the max. And thanks to the implementation of a huge number of context alternates, all lowercase letters are joined softly and without breaks, and they meet the uppercase letters beautifully and correctly. TT Backwards Script supports the following OpenType features: liga, case, ordn, frac, sups, sinf, numr, dnom, tnum, onum, pnum.
TT Backwards Sans is a narrow grotesque which takes us back to the book design of late 70s and early 80s with its ductile characters. It is created considering its use in the small text size. TT Backwards Sans has a number of pronounced peculiarities: high x-height, exaggerated extenders, and big visual compensators and ink traps. Apart from the basic visual solution, TT Backwards Sans contains two experimental stylistic sets, which markedly change the overall visual perception of the text. SS01 alters high-frequency symbols of the Cyrillic alphabet, and SS02 significantly changes the high-frequency symbols of the Latin alphabet. The following OT features are implemented in TT Backwards Sans: case, ordn, frac, sups, sinf, numr, dnom, tnum, pnum, liga, zero, salt, ss01, ss02.
The TT Mussels font family is the successor of such popular fonts as Bender and TT Squares. At the same time, TT Mussels has a number of fundamental differences that make it a unique font family that stands out from other octagonal typefaces. When designing TT Mussels, we paid great attention to the possibility of imposing large arrays of text, and we can responsibly state that TT Mussels is a rare type of technological text fonts. To go along with the rest, we’ve created a stencil version of the typeface, in which the location of the incisions changes according to their thickness. In total, the TT Mussels font family consists of 36 faces, which include among other things stylistic alternatives, ligatures, and also implements a broad support for OpenType features: case, frac, ordn, sups, sinf, numr, dnom, onum, tnum, pnum, liga, dlig, salt (aka ss01).
Dynamic contrast is widely implemented in TT Mussels. It is most noticeable in the Black typeface, where the ratio of the thickness of the vertical strokes to the horizontal strokes is approximately two to one. For the Thin typeface, the thickness of the vertical strokes is already consistent with the thickness of the horizontal strokes. You can also find other signs of respect for traditional text fonts in the TT Mussels design, such as the trace of pen movement which is historically typical for antiquas. For example, in the letter M from the Black face, we can first see a thin stroke, then a thick diagonal stroke followed by a thin diagonal stroke, and a finishing bold vertical stroke. As in the case of dynamic contrast, this effect gradually disappears when approaching thin faces. In thick faces, in places such as the «armpits» of the letters MNИ or the junctions of the diagonals of WVvw, there are visual compensators that brighten the bold typefaces. As the thickness of typefaces moves from thick to thin, the dimensions and conceptual values of compensators change, and in thin typefaces they completely disappear.
TT Knickerbockers is a contrasting pair of fonts that continues our project series dedicated to different cities. The new project is dedicated to New York with its multiculturalism, historicity, creativity, energy, and to its inhabitants. TT Knickerbockers Grotesk symbolizes the monumentality of New York expressed in both its traditional historic architecture and skyscrapers. Energy, constant movement and the round-the-clock life of New York — all this is reflected in our TT Knickerbockers Script.
TT Knickerbockers Grotesk is a narrow contrast sans-serif with characteristic elements sending us back to the 19th century. There’s also a reference to antiqua fonts to be noticed in the font: where in traditional antiqua there would be serifs, TT Knickerbockers Grotesk features a straight stroke ending, and traditional drops (finals, tails and ears) are substituted with rounded strokes. In TT Knickerbockers Grotesk you will find unusual characters, stylistic alternatives and ligatures. The following OpenType features are implemented: ordn, case, frac, sups, sinf, numr, dnom, onum, tnum, pnum, liga, dlig, salt, ss01.
TT Knickerbockers Script is a bright and at the same time a little restrained brushpen script with a slight touch of aristocracy. TT Knickerbockers Script consists of 967 characters and also contains a huge number of contextual alternatives and ligatures. For all lowercase and uppercase letters of basic Latin and Cyrillic alphabets we have drawn 236 swashes which, depending on the context, can appear both at the beginning and at the end of a letter. Do not forget to enable OpenType support and enjoy all the opportunities that the typeface provides and its built-in features: ordn, frac, case, sups, sinf, numr, dnom, onum, tnum, pnum, calt, swsh, liga.
TT Polls emerges as a modern modular slab serif inspired by American sports graphics. As we wanted to create a really special and remarkable project, we’ve decided to broaden the character palette and implement the OT features support, and also to add a traditional handwritten script in several weights to the slab serif. Although TT Polls and TT Polls Script subfamilies are stylistically contrasting each other, they perfectly match thanks to the appropriate proportions both in the thickness of vertical strokes and the general width of characters.
TT Polls subfamily consists of 5 weights and 5 italics. In it, we’ve implemented a ligatures set and broad support of OpenType features: calt, salt, liga, dlig, case, frac, sinf, sups, dnom, numr, tnum. Thanks to stylistic alternates it is possible to significantly change the nature of the font, making it more technological. TT Polls Script subfamily is a handwritten script in 5 weights. Geometric swashes created for all characters of basic Latin and Cyrillic alphabets contribute to its authenticity. A lot of OpenType features (swsh, liga, calt, case, frac, ordn, sinf, sups, dnom, numr, tnum, onum, pnum) are also integrated into the TT Polls Script. Although we’ve been considering the use of TT Polls in sports-related design — be that inscriptions on baseball players’ shirts or numbers on a race car’s side — while creating the font family, we have to admit that the final version of TT Polls is also a great fit to a more casual design and application spheres.
TT Norms in numbers:
• 22 styles: 11 upright, 11 italics
• 2 variable fonts giving unlimited possibilities in choosing a suitable thickness
• 1581 glyphs in each of the 24 fonts
• Support for more than 216+ languages: extended Latin, extended Cyrillic, Greek, Vietnamese, Bulgarian localizations and many, many other languages
• 24 OpenType features in each style: small capitals, stylistic alternates, ligatures, old-style figures and other useful features
• Manual TrueType Hinting
TT Norms Pro is your favorite TT Norms, but much, much better. TT Norms Pro includes 18 reworked fonts, 1392 glyphs in each font, 24 OpenType features, support for more than 216 languages (extended Latin, extended Cyrillic, Greek etc.), and much much more.
Because TT Norms is a very popular font family, we have been constantly receiving requests to add something new to it, whether it be support for additional languages, mathematical symbols, or even small capitals. At some point, we’ve just decided to collect all these wishes into one technical task and introduce a grand update, the result of which is TT Norms Pro.
At the start, we’ve looked at all the existing glyphs and corrected their contours, after which we significantly upgraded the character set of the family. Now you can count on 1392 glyphs in each font, instead of 610 glyphs, as it was in the original version. After that, we’ve created new italics, paying particular attention to the compensation of ovals, diagonals and the offset of diacritics when slanted. We completely redid the kerning, and recreated hinting from scratch—especially for TT Norms Pro, we developed a new hinting technique and a technique for its testing.
And now we will talk more about the character set in TT Norms Pro and what influenced its growth. First of all, this is language support—over 100 new languages appeared in TT Norms and the total number of supported languages now exceeds 216. In addition to extended Latin and extended Cyrillic, Greek finally appeared in the typeface. For some languages, for example for Bulgarian, we have prepared localized versions of the forms of some characters. And as a bonus, we drew several historical Cyrillic characters.
In addition, now TT Norms Pro boasts small capitals, a set of mathematical symbols and a large number of currency signs, arrows and numbers in circles, a large set of fractions, stylistic alternates and ligatures. Despite all the work done, TT Norms Pro continues to be a geometric sans serif for a wide range of applications—a trouble-free workhorse. TT Norms works equally well both in large text arrays or in headlines, as well as in web and it is “the one”, the indispensable universal modern geometric sans.
TT Berlinerins is a contrast pair of typefaces which is basically our tribute to Berlin. Just like in the city itself where historicity and modernity are intertwined, the elegant script in our font family symbolizes the modern Berlin, and the sans-serif inspired by the wood-type poster types of the first third of the 20th century is responsible for the historic component of the city.
The idea of this project emerged in the beginning of 2016 when we’ve met Evgenia Pestova, a calligrapher from Berlin, who shared the contemporary perspective on calligraphy and the city impressions with us. The wood-type sans-serif appeared later, after our another colleague had visited Berlin and told us his fascinating story about the things he had seen. The city is full of contrasts — it is very modern and very vintage at the same time. The photographs and the impressions from the trip have also become the basis of our project. That is how we’ve added a little of old Berlins roughness and inhomogeneity.
TT Berlinerins Script contains 998 glyphs, including more than 240 swashes for which we’ve written a special feature. We’ve also drawn a large number of ligatures for TT Berlinerins Script and integrated wide support of OpenType features: ordn, frac, case, sups, sinf, numr, dnom, tnum, pnum, calt, liga. TT Berlinerins Grotesk consists of uppercase letters, includes a set of unusual ligatures and wide support of OpenType features: ordn, frac, sups, sinf, numr, dnom, tnum, pnum, liga, salt and two stylistic sets ss01, ss02 for the ampersand.
Initially the idea for TT Milks was to create a collection of typefaces to be used for packaging and branding of dairy products. We’ve started by creating a main sans-serif and a supporting script, worked on their compatibility, and created an appropriate number of type weights. At the same time, while working on the initial idea, we’ve tested all possible glyph variations, which resulted in a large decorative designer font family. Thanks to a variety of elements, TT Milks collection has exceeded its initial idea and now offers an unlimited application range.
TT Milks type collection includes several subfamilies and consists of 42 typefaces.
TT Hazelnuts is a display sans-serif fontfamily containing a set of elegant and delicate decorative elements. Initially the family was designed for highly specialized areas, but we’ve decided to extend the number of typefaces and to make the family more universal. Despite its geometric essence, TT Hazelnuts reflects a touch of human hand — you can take a calligraphic tool and, by turning it, draw pretty much the whole font.
TT Hazelnuts fontfamily is perfect for small text arrays, for instance, for fashion or advertising industries, and will also fit perfectly into layout of longer and more complex typographic systems thanks to a large variety of font weights (Thin, ExtraLight, Light, Regular, Medium, Bold, ExtraBold, Black, Heavy) and its real italics. It has already become a good tradition to include broad support of OT features into our new fonts. TT Hazelnuts is not an exception, it uses a large number of useful features: ordn, sinf, sups, numr, dnom, tnum, onum, frac, case.
Without any false modesty we can say that TT Lovelies Script is one of the most complicated projects we have ever carried out — there are 1115 glyphs, more than 2000 contextual alternates, 10000 kerned pairs and a large number of OT features, including ligatures and Old Style numbers. The most important characteristic of this font is that it is really seamless. We’ve done the impossible: in TT Lovelies Script, even capital letters are connected to lower-case letters without any breaks. The base for our typeface is original calligraphy by Russian designer Alena Korobanova. The beautiful handwriting was painstakingly crafted into a fully functional font. TT Lovelies Script is a very lively and playful typeface with some unpredictable nuances.
Turn on the use of OT features CALT & DLIG in your graphic editor and use the font to the full. Every lower-case letter has characteristic pen strokes which begin and end a word. The pen strokes are turned on automatically when you accordingly type two hyphens at the beginning and at the end of a word. For instance, type ’- - apricot — -’ and you’ll see the beautiful pen strokes at the beginning and at the end of the word. TT Lovelies Script uses a great number of contextual alternates and ligatures which help maintain the handwritten impression. For each letter, a separate grapheme is created for the end of a line, and we’ve also integrated the Case Sensitive OT feature to make working with upper-case characters easier. We’ve enabled onum, sups, sinf, numr, dnom, frac, ordn as well in order to work with figures. To benefit from all of these wonderful options, you need to use software which supports OT features.
Have you heard the expression, ’you can never have too much chocolate’? We completely agree with this point of view and are gladly presenting you the TT Chocolates Condensed fontfamily, the narrow version of your favorite TT Chocolates. Keeping its sisters’ best features, TT Chocolates Condensed has significantly broadened its opportunities scope and application areas. It can do any work: be the essential branding element, appear in large heading and display text arrays, or simply and elegantly find its palace on confectioneries packaging.
TT Chocolates Condensed is an elegant geometric sans-serif which can be used as the main ingredient of your design, or you can add it as a tasty accent. We offer you the formula that has become TypeType’s classic, a set consisting of 10 typefaces (Thin, Light, Regular, Bold, Black & Italics), and perfect optimization of the fontfamily. TT Chocolates Condensed can be freely used for web-sites, mobile applications and any printed materials.
TT Bells combines the elegant softness of antiqua with a complex and daring temper reflected in straight stroke terminals and arrowheaded serifs. The family is based on broad nib, which was typically used for old style fonts and creates these hallmark terminals and serifs. We’ve taken the best from old style fonts created before the digital age and added sharp and contemporary geometric shapes to the traditional style. That’s how TT Bells refers the spectators and font enthusiasts to the origins and, at the same time, reminds us that we live in the digital era when geometry and screens rule the world.
TT Bells is suited for different types of text — from the shortest headings to large text arrays. When the font size is decreased, the boldness and sharpness of the font soften, it becomes more classic. The fontfamily is created according to the traditional TypeType formula (Thin, Light, Regular, Bold, Black & Italics)! We’ve also enabled the support of a broad number of OT features, which will help you widen the implementation range for this family: tnum, case, frac, ordn, sups, subs, numr, dnom, onum.
The idea for this font emerged in the city of Priosersk, which until World War II was a Finnish city called Kakisalmi. At the city museum we came across an unusual sign plate with the former name of the railway station. We could not look past such a design gem and decided to create a fontfamily that would emphasize the input of Finnish functionalists into the modern design and demonstrate our utter respect towards the land of a thousand lakes, as Finland is often referred to.
TT Lakes is a simple and functional sans-serif that consists of 54 typefaces. TT Lakes contains 3 fontfamilies: Lakes, Lakes Condensed and Lakes Compressed, a universal set of typefaces that fits pretty much any purpose. TT Lakes is like a pair of classic jeans — suits everyone and takes on any challenge. TT Lakes fontfamily supports various OT features: tnum, case, frac, ordn, sups, subs, numr, dnom.
TT Supermolot Condensed is the narrow version of the TT Supermolot fontfamily. Thanks to its open forms, TT Supermolot Condensed fits perfectly into any contemporary technological design and navigation systems. We’ve already seen this fontfamily in the sports theme (as the main font for hockey teams branding), we’ve seen TT Supermolot as the main font inside the gameplay of a popular 3D-shooter.
Information transfer in the high-tech areas is the ideal environment for this fontfamily, also TT Supermolot Condensed fits well into army, space, and innovation themes. We’ve tried to create a maximum number of convenient weights (Thin, Light, Regular, Bold, Black) for you to be able to use this family anywhere, from mobile apps and web pages to big state fairs branding.
TT Corals is a modern humanistic sans-serif which has many typical traits of the beginning of the 20th century. For an increased functionality of the fontfamily, we have created six typefaces of various weights: Thin, Light, Regular, Bold, Extrabold and Black.
The distinctive smoothness of the lines and separate elements allows using TT Corals for different design areas. For instance, it will perfectly fit for the topics of classical literature or music, and any other diverse creative areas of humans’ activities. TT Corals inspires with its freshness and novelty and gives new ideas for your creativity and art.
TT Octas is a narrowly proportioned fontfamily built upon the principle of octagonal forms: all circles in this fontfamily are actually octagons. Thanks to small serifs, TT Octas has a saturated and vintage character to it. Simple depiction of the letters and the serifs make the family easily readable even in the smallest sizes.
Narrow proportions allow for positioning of large text arrays even in small text fields. This fontfamily is well fitted for brand visual identity and product labeling as well as for all digital media, such as web interfaces and gameplays. It is also great for mobile apps’ interfaces.
We’ve expanded the TT Squares font family and created a narrow version of the typeface. Just as its older brother, TT Squares Condensed fits perfectly for any engineering, military, and technological theme. The font is ideal for implementation in interior design, packaging design, creation of uniforms with inscriptions, and for logos and headlines. Fonts belonging to the TT Squares fontfamily look manly and have a strong character that instantly tunes in the spectators and makes them perceive the information seriously.
If we were to compare fonts to people’s professions, TT Square Condensed would most definitely be a first-class technical engineer whose talented hands are adorned with calluses and machinery oil spots. TT Squares Condensed is optimized or web and mobile applications.
Do you love the early Soviet visual culture as much as we do? We’ve tried going back a hundred years and rethinking the constructivist era. We’ve created an extensive fontfamily that consists of the simplest triangle and rectangle forms. TT Bricks fontfamily includes 16 faces: Hairline, Thin, Light, Regular, Medium, Bold, ExtraBold, Black and Italics.
Regardless of its Soviet past, TT Bricks is a very fresh and visually powerful fontfamily that perfectly fits the contemporary media landscape. TT Bricks is perfect for mobile apps and corporate websites, as well as for printed press layout. Thanks to the exaggeratedly simple forms of all signs, TT Bricks looks great in very small type sizes.
TT Moons is a slim and contrast serif. This fontfamily works especially smart in classic design themes. TT Moons is a typeface of the glyptal modern fontfamily. The ideal application range for this typeface is magazines, books and newspapers layout.
Thanks to its narrow proportions and 5 weights (Thin, Light, Regular, Bold, Black), TT Moons perfectly fits into any contemporary digital design, such as interactive and product design, editorial and corporate web design. This fontfamily is the real work helper and your joker when you need to combine contemporary and classic styles.
TT Cottons is your ideal design helper. TT Cottons is filled with inspiration and coziness that add ease and homey feeling to any surface (any environment). We’ve created a fontfamily that directly reminds of the spring air feeling and hand-made style.
Each separate typeface is created with a real instrument. For instance, the black typeface was painted with a real brush, and the thin one was created with a rapidograph. Next we’ve digitized the fonts.
Thanks to the 7 weights you can easily choose your own TT Cottons that will perfectly fit into your design layout, and the condensed proportions let you fit a large text array into a small text field.
‘Prosto’ in the name of the font is translated into Russian as «Simply». TT Prosto Sans Condensed is the condensed version of the TT Prosto Sans font family. We created the simplest font possible, and it will fit perfectly into any design.
Each line of this typeface is emotionally neutral and aims to not emphasize the text in its graphic representation, but only to use the text to convey the meaning. Having TT Prosto Sans and TT Prosto Sans Condensed in your collection is like having a universal tool that helps you every day when you need to ‘mend’ or ‘repair’ something. Due to condensed proportions, any text array fits a smaller text field than usual.
TT Slabs Condensed it is a condensed version of our popular fontfamily TT Slabs. The new version is designed especially for strong headlines and design of presentations. TT Slabs Condensed is very well suited for designers, who create Identity and logos, as well as for interior design and navigation. TT Slabs Condensed includes 10 most popular typefaces: Thin, Light, Regular, Bold, Black and Italics.
TT Marks was created in the style of a traditional American Sign Painting. Sign Painting is the art of painting on buildings, billboards and signage for the purpose of announcing or advertising of products, services and activities. TT Marks fontfamily consists of 32 typefaces and has 8 different weights: Thin, ExtraLight, Light, Regular, Medium, Bold, ExtraBold, Black. TT Marks would look great on all modern information media, ranging from small labels to entire text blocks.
TT Drugs Condensed — a modern fontfamily which consists of 5 condensed sans-serifs with a special contrast formula of lines and stems. TT Drugs Condensed is a condensed version of the TT Drugs fontfamily. These typefaces are perfect for design in the pharmaceutical industry: packaging, posters, etc. However, those typefaces can also be used in any other type of design, for example, in printing, logotypes and websites. This new fontfamily includes 10 most popular typefaces: Thin, Light, Regular, Bold, Black and Italics. TT Drugs Condensed — a versatile tool for any design tasks.
TT Masters is a very emotional fontfamily. These typefaces will add sincerity and feeling to your design. We made 4 different styles: Masters, Masters Birds, Masters Rough and Masters Condensed each with five most popular weights: Thin, Light, Regular, Bold, Black and 5 Italics.
We are glad to present you the completely updated TT Chocolates font family. Initially, we just wanted to freshen up and modernize a popular typeface, but in the process of work, it became clear that we could not just do with simple edits—and this was how a completely revised TT Chocolates 2.0 font family appeared.
First, we have split all the capital letters into groups and changed their proportions toward the more traditional proportions typical of Roman capital type. After that, we increased the height of lowercase characters by 15%, while reducing the length of their ascenders and descenders.
We've also worked on the design of the letters: slightly increased the opening of the aperture, reduced the bleeds in roundings and changed the proportions of round characters. We corrected each contour in every character, and some letters in the font were simply drawn anew. After that, we revised the weight distribution, expanded the palette of faces, and created the optimal interpolation between weights.
Now the TT Chocolates font family consists of 14 fonts: 7 weights and 7 obliques. Due to the extended language support and the introduction of useful OpenType features, the number of glyphs in each of the font has increased to 629 glyphs. The full list of OpenType features: frac, ordn, ccmp, locl, sups, numr, dnom, sinf, onum, lnum, tnum, pnum, liga, dlig, case, salt, ss01, ss02, calt.
Especially for your convenience, we have divided the stylistic alternates into two sets: the letters a, g are located in stylistic set 01, and the letters I, l, y are in the second stylistic set. This solution allows you to turn them on independently of each other. We also did not forget about standard and discretional ligatures, old-style figures and other useful features.
After all the updates, TT Chocolates has become a sturdy text sans-serif with a wide palette of characters, dense typesetting and very balanced proportions. And thanks to the manual TrueType hinting, TT Chocolates is also perfect for using on the web.
We are glad to present you a completely updated TT Bluescreens 2.0 font family. TT Bluescreens is a narrow neutral geometric grotesk designed for posters and headlines. In contrast to the TT Trailers that has a prominent character, our updated TT Bluescreens has a calm nature with a neutral design of letters. The typeface has become more versatile and is now great for working with both headers and test arrays.
We did not deviate much from the modular system in which different elements were identical to each other, but at the same time we tried to improve the readability of some letters by adding a small contrast between the strokes. In parallel with this, we slightly changed the proportions of the typeface by adding a bit of width so that in the boldest faces there would be no fuzziness. We changed the stem thickness of the lightest faces this way, light faces look much better than their counterparts from the old version of the typeface.
In addition, we remade the interpolation, expanded the number of weights to 9 and drew 9 new Italics with high-quality compensation for all circles and strokes. While the fonts from the old version could boast only 416 characters in each of the faces, in the updated version the character barge of the fonts was increased to 619 characters. To do this, we increased the coverage of languages based on the Latin alphabet, added ligatures and stylistic alternates, as well as many other useful features, such as: ordn, ccmp, frac, sups, numr, dnom, sinf onum, lnum, tnum, pnum, liga, case, salt, ss01, locl, calt. In addition, the typeface received completely new hinting, which greatly improved the quality of its display when working on the web.
TT Supermolot is next step in development of our old typeface Supermolot. We altered all in it from the beginning. Now it is a modern interpretation of an old typeface. Infographics — big chapter in graphic design, and TT Supermolot is the right fontfamily for visualizing infographics and any structured information. You can use these typefaces almost everywhere — thanks to its modern open grotesque forms and classic fontfamily formula: Thin, Light, Regular, Bold, Black and Italics. TT Supermolot is the great assistant for any projects.
World needs a beautiful, simple and high-quality typeface. We need simple and geometric fonts. Slab is a form of serifs, which gave its name to the fontfamily. If you are looking for a versatile font with wide proportions for your projects — TT Slabs will suit you perfectly.
Fontfamily TT Drugs — typefaces that are specifically designed for the pharmaceutical industry and for household chemicals. Than to make a text layout for package of any medicine, toothpaste or laundry detergent? The answer is TT Drugs — fontfamily has a range from thin to black font and can be used on any surface: paper, cardboard, metal, glass and others.
TT Prosto Sans — fontfamily for any occasion. You can use these typefaces almost everywhere. The modern open grotesque forms and classic fontfamily formula: Thin, Light, Regular, Bold, Black and Italics. TT Prosto Sans is your assistant for any projects.
Exclusive fontfamily style: octagonal and simple at the same time. TT Squares created for infographics and statistics. This is the fontfamily that fits well in any sport or futuristic design or military graphics.
TT Squares is ideal for short inscriptions and long text blocks and offers most popular typefaces formula: Thin, Light, Regular, Bold, Black and Italics.