Doing some quick focus at exotic scripts around, we stumbled upon this one from 8th century CE India. The pallava script derived from the Proto Brahmi script seems to have a later influence on the orthographic evolution of South East asian scripts including Khmer and writing systems including Sinhala have its influence. Apparently used as the prevalent script to write Sanskrit prior to the taking...
Thank you dear users for pouring in your suggestions over Twitter, email and other media about what you feel is the trajectory the app and development needs to take. Some, as we mentioned earlier were readily adoptable into the development landscape but some had to wait for a while to be included. Here are some features/fixes to expect in the next update that you can play around within a...
And here comes the next milestone, 5000+ users aboard. Impressive ain’t it ? Of course we found another impressive happening in the ecosystem. We are getting to see some wonderful reactions, both brickbats and bouquets that are helping us provide you the app experience that you as the end user prefer it to be. Some serious bug fixes, feature additions all thanks to such interactions...
etiennepacifico asked: hi fontli-crew. i just wanted to ask which channel is the best to send feedback to the app and experience? love using fontli so far! best, etienne
Why No Android Love?
Words can’t express our delight in seeing Fontli live and being so loved even in these early stages. Many of you have already shared corrections/improvements/features which we are attending and prioritizing for our future releases. One of the most frequent questions raised to us is the lack of an Android app. The reasons for this decision are many. Firstly, we have a very small crew working on...
Keeping fingers Crossed
We have submitted the Fontli iphone app on Apple Store for approval! It has been almost three months since we started working on Fontli. Though none of us from the development team can claim to be typographers, we are all type enthusiasts who love letterforms and have a penchant for the written/printed/rendered type. The idea of developing an easy way to spot and discover exciting typefaces led to...
Geometry can produce legible letter but art alone makes them beautiful. Art...– Paul Standard, 1947