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Koren Type

Koren Type refers to two Hebrew fonts, Koren Bible Type and Hebrew Book Type created by Israeli typographer and graphic designer Elyahu Koren. Koren created Koren Bible Type for the specific purpose of printing The Koren Bible, published by Koren ...

                                               

Chicago (typeface)

Chicago is a sans-serif typeface designed by Susan Kare for Apple Computer. It was used in the Macintosh operating system user interface between 1984 and 1997 and was an important part of Apple’s brand identity. It is also used in early versions ...

                                               

ITC Anna

Designer Daniel Pelavin started the design of Anna in the mid-1980s when he drew a few letters for an Aramis Cologne holiday promotion. He continued to use these letter for various projects, always adding new characters. The design became a famil ...

                                               

National Trust (typeface)

National Trust is a humanist sans-serif typeface designed by Paul Barnes for the National Trust of England, Wales and Northern Ireland. It is a corporate font family and not available for licensing. National Trust is based on an inscription dated ...

                                               

Trajan (typeface)

Trajan is a serif typeface designed in 1989 by Carol Twombly for Adobe. The design is based on the letterforms of capitalis monumentalis or Roman square capitals, as used for the inscription at the base of Trajans Column from which the typeface t ...

                                               

Zawgyi font

Zawgyi font is a predominant typeface used for Burmese language text on websites. It is also known as Zawgyi-One or zawgyi1 font although updated versions of this font were not named Zawgyi-two. Prior to 2019, it was the most popular font on Burm ...

                                               

Apple Symbols

Apple Symbols is a font introduced in Mac OS X 10.3 "Panther." This is a TrueType font, intended to provide coverage for characters defined as symbols in the Unicode Standard. It continues to ship with Mac OS X as part of the default installation ...

                                               

Bookshelf Symbol 7

Bookshelf Symbol 7 is a typeface which was packaged with Microsoft Office 2003. It is a pi font encoding several less common variants of Roman letters, including a small subset of those used in the International Phonetic Alphabet, a few musical s ...

                                               

MathJax

MathJax is a cross-browser JavaScript library that displays mathematical notation in web browsers, using MathML, LaTeX and ASCIIMathML markup. MathJax is released as open-source software under the Apache License. The MathJax project started in 20 ...

                                               

Symbol (typeface)

Symbol is one of the four standard fonts available on all PostScript-based printers, starting with Apples original LaserWriter. It contains a complete unaccented Greek alphabet and a selection of commonly used mathematical symbols. Insofar as it ...

                                               

Wingdings 3

Wingdings is a series of dingbat fonts that render letters as a variety of symbols. They were originally developed in 1990 by Microsoft by combining glyphs from Lucida Icons, Arrows, and Stars licensed from Charles Bigelow and Kris Holmes. Certai ...

                                               

Zapf Dingbats

ITC Zapf Dingbats is one of the more common dingbat typefaces. It was designed by the typographer Hermann Zapf in 1978 and licensed by International Typeface Corporation.

                                               

Manoptica

Manoptica is a Thai script typeface based on Helvetica. Manoptica was developed between 1937 and 1987 by graphic designer and typographer Manop Srisomporn. Manoptica characters do not have the circular heads typical of other Thai fonts.

                                               

Abjad

An abjad is a type of writing system in which each symbol or glyph stands for a consonant, leaving the reader to supply the appropriate vowel. So-called impure abjads do represent vowels, either with optional diacritics, a limited number of disti ...

                                               

Rashi script

Rashi script is a semi-cursive typeface for the Hebrew alphabet. It is named for Rashi, an author of rabbinic commentary on the Hebrew Bible and the Talmud, and it is customarily used for printing his commentaries, and others. The typeface is bas ...

                                               

Abugida

An abugida, or alphasyllabary, is a segmental writing system in which consonant–vowel sequences are written as a unit; each unit is based on a consonant letter, and vowel notation is secondary. This contrasts with a full alphabet, in which vowels ...

                                               

Brahmic scripts

The Brahmic scripts are a family of abugida writing systems. They are used throughout the South Asia, Southeast Asia and parts of East Asia, including Japan in the form of Siddham. They are descended from the Brahmi script of ancient India, and a ...

                                               

Saraiki alphabet

There are three writing systems for Saraiki, but very few of the languages speakers, even those who are literate in other languages, are able to read or write Saraiki in any writing system.

                                               

Tanchangya alphabet

The Tanchangya alphabet, also known as Ka-Pat, is an abugida used to write the Tanchangya language. It is in the southern Brahmic family of scripts. Due to its script family, it has similarities to the Burmese alphabet, Mon alphabet, and Chakma a ...

                                               

Written Chinese

Written Chinese comprises Chinese characters used to represent the Chinese language. Chinese characters do not constitute an alphabet or a compact syllabary. Rather, the writing system is roughly logosyllabic; that is, a character generally repre ...

                                               

Taito (kanji)

Taito, daito, or otodo is a kokuji written with 84 strokes, and thus the most graphically complex CJK character - collectively referring to Chinese characters and derivatives used in the written Chinese, Japanese, and Korean languages. This rare ...

                                               

Sawgoek

Sawgoek or sawva was a mythological ancient script mentioned in the Zhuang creation epic Baeu Rodo. The primordial god Baeu Ro was said to have brought sawgoek containing four thousand glyphs along with fire to the Zhuang people, however the peop ...

                                               

Siglas poveiras

The siglas poveiras is a proto-writing system that has been used by the local community of Povoa de Varzim in Portugal for many generations. The siglas were primarily used as a signature for family coat-of-arms in order to mark family belongings. ...

                                               

Syllabary

A syllabary is a set of written symbols that represent the syllables or moras which make up words. A symbol in a syllabary, called a syllabogram, typically represents an consonant sound followed by a vowel sound - that is, a CV or V syllable - bu ...

                                               

Page layout (cartography)

Page layout, also map layout, is the part of cartography that involves assembling various map elements on a page. It follows principles similar to page layout in graphic design, like balance, gestalt, and visual hierarchy. Some of the non-map ele ...

                                               

Margin (typography)

In typography, a margin is the area between the main content of a page and the page edges. The margin helps to define where a line of text begins and ends. When a page is justified the text is spread out to be flush with the left and right margin ...

                                               

Pull quote

In graphic design, a pull quote is a key phrase, quotation, or excerpt that has been pulled from an article and used as a page layout graphic element, serving to entice readers into the article or to highlight a key topic. It is typically placed ...

                                               

Signature mark

A signature mark, in traditional bookbinding, is a letter, number or combination of either or both, which is printed at the bottom of the first page, or leaf, of a section. The aim is to ensure that the binder can order the pages and sections in ...

                                               

Furigana

Furigana is a Japanese reading aid, consisting of smaller kana or syllabic characters, printed next to a kanji or other character to indicate its pronunciation. It is one type of ruby text. Furigana is also known as yomigana or rubi in Japanese. ...

                                               

Atex (software)

Atex is a company specializing in the development of advertising, editorial and web content management systems. The company was established in Massachusetts in 1973 and grew to become a worldwide hardware and software supplier to the publishing i ...

                                               

Duospaced font

A duospaced font is a fixed-width font whose letters and characters occupy either of two integer multiples of a specified, fixed horizontal space. Traditionally, this means either a single or double character width. although the term has also bee ...

                                               

Ludlow Typograph

A Ludlow Typograph is a hot metal typesetting system used in letterpress printing. The device casts bars, or slugs of type, out of type metal primarily consisting of lead. These slugs are used for the actual printing, and then are melted down and ...

                                               

Monospaced font

A monospaced font, also called a fixed-pitch, fixed-width, or non-proportional font, is a font whose letters and characters each occupy the same amount of horizontal space. This contrasts with variable-width fonts, where the letters and spacings ...

                                               

Speck (printing)

Speck in the German typesetting tradition describes a manuscript that is printed with low effort. The term is still used in electronic publishing.

                                               

Strut (typesetting)

In typesetting, a strut is an invisible character or element, used to ensure that a text has a minimum height and depth, even if no other elements are included. For example, LaTeX and plainTeX provide the command \strut to insert a font size spec ...

                                               

Variable fonts

OpenType variable fonts are an extension to the OpenType specification, introduced in OpenType 1.8. On 14 September 2016, Adobe, Apple, Google, and Microsoft announced the technology, which allows a single font file to store a continuous range of ...

                                               

Nova N 176

Nova N 176 is an undeciphered manuscript codex held at the Institute of Oriental Manuscripts of the Russian Academy of Sciences in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The manuscript, of uncertain provenance, entered the collection of the IOM in 1954, and f ...

                                               

Dajnko alphabet

The Dajnko alphabet was a Slovene alphabet invented by Peter Dajnko. It was used from 1824 to 1839 mostly in Styria.

                                               

Metelko alphabet

The Metelko alphabet was a Slovene writing system developed by Franc Serafin Metelko. It was used by a small group of authors from 1825 to 1833 but it was never generally accepted. Metelko introduced his alphabet in the book Lehrgebaude der slowe ...

                                               

Yale romanization of Mandarin

The Yale romanization of Mandarin is a system for transcribing the sounds of Standard Chinese, based on Mandarin Chinese varieties spoken in and around Beijing. It was devised in 1943 by the Yale sinologist George Kennedy for a course teaching Ch ...

                                               

Yale romanization of Cantonese

The Yale romanization of Cantonese was developed by Gerard P. Kok for his and Parker Po-fei Huangs textbook Speak Cantonese initially circulated in looseleaf form in 1952 but later published in 1958. Unlike the Yale romanization of Mandarin, it i ...

                                               

Jyutping

Jyutping spelling; Cantonese pronunciation is a romanisation system for Cantonese developed by the Linguistic Society of Hong Kong, an academic group, in 1993. Its formal name is the Linguistic Society of Hong Kong Cantonese Romanisation Scheme. ...

                                               

Inuktitut Braille

Inuktitut Braille is a proposed braille alphabet of the Inuktitut language based on Inuktitut syllabics. Unlike syllabics, it is a true alphabet, with separate letters for consonants and vowels, though vowels are written before the consonants the ...

                                               

Balbodh

Balabodh is a slightly modified style of the Devanagari script used to write the Marathi language and the Korku language. What sets balabodha apart from the Devananagari script used for other languages is the more frequent and regular use of both ...

                                               

Brahmi numerals

The Brahmi numerals are a numeral system attested from the 3rd century BCE. They are the direct graphic ancestors of the modern Indian and Hindu–Arabic numerals. However, they were conceptually distinct from these later systems, as they were not ...

                                               

Goykanadi

Goykānadī is an ancient script used in the territory of Goa. This script was also called kandavī. This script was used to write Konkani and sometimes Marathi. Similarly, it was used by the trading Saraswat and Daivajna families along with the Mod ...

                                               

Gupta script

The Gupta script was used for writing Sanskrit and is associated with the Gupta Empire of India which was a period of material prosperity and great religious and scientific developments. The Gupta script was descended from Brāhmī and gave rise to ...

                                               

InScript keyboard

InScript is the decreed standard keyboard layout for Indian scripts using a standard 104- or 105-key layout. This keyboard layout was standardised by the Government of India for inputting text in languages of India written in Brahmic scripts, as ...

                                               

Konkani alphabets

Konkani alphabets refers to the five different scripts currently used to write the Konkani language. As of 1987, the "Goan Antruz dialect" in the Devanagari script has been declared Standard Konkani and promulgated as an official language in the ...

                                               

Kutila inscription of Bareilly

The Kutila inscription of Bareilly is an inscription in the Kutila script dating to 992 CE that provides crucial evidence in tracing the shared descent of the Devanagari and Bengali-Assamese scripts of Northern and Eastern India from the predeces ...