Encode Sans v1 Released
Update posted March 27 at 9:09 pm by PabloImpallari for the Encode project.
Piuuuuff... Finally! It's here :)
TTF files attached,
OTF files and Source files attached in the next comments
Note 1: The number in the zip filename is not related to the actual version of the source file. It's assigned by the system, so to keep filenames unique.
Note 2: In the Beta versions the .otf files are for preview only, quickly generated using Ben Kiel's Font Generator Macro. Please reffer to the source vfb files.
How to submit your suggestions:
- Feel free to edit any glyph you want, and mark it in color.
- Login and Post your modified source files (zipped) in the comments form below.
#1 PabloImpallari March 27 at 9:10 pm
OTF files attached
#2 PabloImpallari March 27 at 9:24 pm
Encode Sans Family v1 Source Files - Part 1
- Individual (not merged) sources
#3 PabloImpallari March 27 at 9:30 pm
Encode Sans Family v1 Source Files - Part 2
- TTF individual (merged) sources
#4 PabloImpallari March 27 at 9:32 pm
Encode Sans Family v1 Source Files - Part 3
- OTF individual (merged) sources
#5 foneditor June 5 at 8:13 pm
Are you planning a serif type? By the name change from "Encode" to "Encode Sans", I guess that an "Encode Serif" or "Encode Slab" is being planned.
#6 PabloImpallari June 5 at 10:40 pm
Maybe in a few years...
#7 etsnyman June 17 at 7:05 am
Absolutely fantastic! Any chance you will be working on italic versions?
#8 dorisjane88 July 17 at 3:43 pm
Is this font free for commercial use? Thanks so much!
#9 ryanfernandez August 5 at 4:07 pm
Beautiful font family. Very versatile. One small request: is it possible to fill in those notches in the K?
#10 gaurav August 9 at 4:32 pm
This is truly a fantastic font. What I've been looking for for years! Hats off!
I just wanted to know if this font is free for commercial use? Also can i help out with the italics version?
Finally, Please oh please can you make it available in Google WebFonts? I am looking to make this our Company font in our startup and everything from our Google Docs to our Presentations to our websites and apps will need to use this font via Google Fonts.
Hoping for a positive reply!