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Blips on a radar screen signal movement — flashing and beeping, they get your attention. Squares and circles cross paths, while retinas focus and search for new information. Out of coarse computer screens and old software, designer Simon Renaud freed an idea from pixelated restrictions and created Tuner. With lo-fi roots and a high-minded appreciation for typography, it’s perfectly at home in the age of data-driven journalism and referential design. Tuner embraces the glitches and quirks of archaic monitors, as well as crude transit displays still in use, and it maintains some effects of a monospace without being one. The benefits of this are many. For titling uses, the fonts don’t need to be rectified; at small sizes, readability is maintained. All while packing an element of surprise—the triangular ‘A’, select square-sided letters, and fast obliques, keep the eyes alert and engaged. Ultimately, Tuner’s sturdy tone transmits confidence, while its cavaliar aspects lead you off-the-grid.

Family: 10 Styles
[5 weights roman and 5 weights in italic]
LOFI family

Character set: 587 glyphs per style
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Alternates Letters imprint of original drawings
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Alternates figures for numerals, checkboxes and geometrical drawing shapes
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Monospaced numbers with two squares versions of alternate numbers
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Tuner embraces the glitches and quirks of archaic monitors, as well as crude transit displays still in use, and it maintains some effects of a monospace without being one. The benefits of this are many. For titling uses, the fonts don’t need to be rectified; at small sizes, readability is maintained. All while packing an element of surprise—the triangular ‘A’, select square-sided letters, and fast obliques, keep the eyes alert and engaged. Ultimately, Tuner’s sturdy tone transmits confidence, while its cavaliar aspects lead you off-the-grid.

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Low-resolution…

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Character of invariability

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Superposition of letters to find a model
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Tuner embraces the glitches and quirks of archaic monitors, as well as crude transit displays still in use, and it maintains some effects of a monospace without being one. The benefits of this are many. For titling uses, the fonts don’t need to be rectified; at small sizes, readability is maintained. All while packing an element of surprise—the triangular ‘A’, select square-sided letters, and fast obliques, keep the eyes alert and engaged. Ultimately, Tuner’s sturdy tone transmits confidence, while its cavaliar aspects lead you off-the-grid.
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Square widths
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Pixel and monospace references
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Generous x-height
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Ample letterspacing
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Traps to avoid dark spots in small sizes
[for ink and pixel]
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Italics are derived from the Roman and retain
a flavor close to an automatic inclination
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About
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License
The License grants you the right to use the font files I send you. You can buy licenses for different purposes: Web and Desktop Use. Please be sure to buy the right license to cover your needs.

Desktop license — This license is used for creating printed documents, logos, website graphics, etc. Desktop fonts are licensed for a certain number of computers (CPU) used by you and your employees.
Web license — This license allows you to use our typefaces on websites with the @font-face technology. Webfonts are licensed for a certain range of unique visitors coming to your website per month (UVPM).

Packages

Tuner Family (10 styles)
Tuner roman+italic (2 styles)

Individual styles

Tuner Light
Tuner Light Italic
Tuner Regular
Tuner Regular Italic
Tuner Medium
Tuner Medium Italic
Tuner Bold
Tuner Bold Italic
Tuner Heavy
Tuner Italic Heavy

Checkout Desktop licence
and Web licence
email me



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Release

Designed by


10 Styles

File Formats


Contact

Copyright



2018

Simon Renaud
www.productiontype.com

5 Weights Roman/Italics

Desktop: OTF
Web: WOFF, WOFF2

info@productiontype.com

©2017 Simon Renaud
All rights reserved
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