Typographic Novice

zahra tavangar's picture

Hi all

Im 'trying' to become more skilled in type design and here is an example of one of my early work. It is not based on a particular pre -designed font. Constructive feedback is more than welcome:-)

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kentlew's picture

Zahra, you’ll have better luck and get better responses to your request for feedback if you post this in one of the Typophile Critique forums. This sort of thing is precisely what those are intended for.

zahra tavangar's picture

Thank you kenlew. I just posted it on the forum. Sorry! im kinda new here x

Miss Tiffany's picture

It is always easier to tell the utility of a typeface if you show some us some words. :)

wongxiao's picture

Yes, some words would be nice. :]

Just looking at the alphabet though, some things do stand out to me.

- /v/ and /u/ may need more differentiation
- the strokes could remain thin when curves meet stems (for example, in /h/)
- it kind of feels as though /s/ ought to have those big ball terminals...

Anyway, I'd hardly call myself even at the level of novice, so take my words with a grain of salt!

zahra tavangar's picture

That's absolutely fine. Thank you for your feedback :-)

zahra tavangar's picture

Any opinions on the T?

cerulean's picture

The short t is unusual but it may work. One thing you could try is to make the crossbar longer, to give the letter more presence since it's so small.

riccard0's picture

Also, you could raise the t above x-height.
I would have it a little more "sitting" too.

zahra tavangar's picture

Hello and thank you all for taking time to view my work. Here I have made a few changes and designed the numerals. Do tell me what you think:-)

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