WL Dot Matrix is another typographic flashback to computing of the mid 1980s, when 9-pin dot-matrix printers were the state of the art. Compatible with the cleaner WL Rasteroids family, WL Dot Matrix explores some of the common failure modes of old printers: smudging ribbons, slipped tractor feeds, and gummed up print heads.
This font is for parents and educators that want to easily be able to print out the alphabet in order to have their child or student then trace them. This eliminates the need for creating the dotted lines by hand and lets the user type out exactly what letters they need instead of relying on pre-made charts.
Dot to Dot Cursive is a cursive version of our regular Dot to Dot font. This font is for parents and educators that want to easily be able to print out a cursive alphabet in order to have their child or student trace them. This eliminates the need for creating the dotted lines by hand and lets the user type out exactly what letters they need instead of relying on pre-made charts.
Linotype Dot is part of the Take Type Library, featuring the winners of Linotype’s International Digital Type Design Contest. Designed by Lucy Davies, the figures are composed of a combination of white and black dots and the contrast makes the font look like points of light and darkness. The general impression of Dot lies somewhere between ornamental and technical. It combines well with sans serif and calligraphy fonts.
Swansbury, Inc. provides handwriting instruction to all ages, accompanied by two exemplar fonts, Barchowsky Fluent Hand.otf and Barchowsky Dot.otf. The basis for the design of the characters is the italic of the Renaissance. With the advantage of contextual alternates, Barchowsky Fluent Hand automatically joins lowercase letters so it can be used in any venue where a clean and elegant appearance of handwriting is desired.
The Arco Dot font features an exciting texture of dots in matching complimentary styles, making cool designs easy! Arco Dot features extended characters, and contains West European diacritics & ligatures. Highly suitable for international environments & publications.
The Delivery Matrix typestyle is inspired by the high bleed stamp printing on some shipped packages I've received over the years. An extended techno dot matrix style, good for so many uses at a wide variety of sizes, even with the tight "e" and "s" characters. Do you send out packages to friends...? Do you make techno style art/flyers...? Here is a typestyle for you.
S.A.M (Super Active Matrix) combines the big, bright and bold with the microscopic and mathematically precise. Inspired by old science fiction films and new technologies, S.A.M merges the rigid constraints of display mechanics with the free-flowing curves of neon signs.This font is great for a classic sci-fi look – perfect for headlines/logotype. S.A.M also works for blocks of text, unlike some other display fonts.The matrix exists to bring order to an idea – it tames the free-flowing curves of neon signage into a repeatable structure while maintaining a retro aesthetic. Each character, glyph or symbol is drawn on a bitmap grid, merged with a dot matrix to round off the edges.
Display Dots Seven is a display font not intended for text use. It was designed specifically for display, headline, logotype, branding, and similar applications. Display Dots Seven has upper and lowercase alphabets, numbers, and punctuation.