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Nure variable font

Nure™ variable font was improved and released today.
Some improvements:

Extreme Condensed Variation

To maximize the font’s versatility, an extreme condensed variation has been added to the Nure™ font family. This new addition opens up a world of design possibilities, allowing for efficient space utilization without compromising legibility. It serves as an ideal solution when limited horizontal space is a factor, without sacrificing the elegance and distinctiveness the Nure™ font is known for. From digital interfaces to headlines, this extreme condensed variation elevates the font’s adaptability while offering a unique visual impact.
Nure variable font Condensed

Improved Readability

One of the primary objectives of the enhancements made to the Nure™ variable font was to ensure enhanced readability, especially when used at small sizes or for longer texts. Careful attention has been given to refining the proportions of each glyph, making it easier on the eyes and ensuring a comfortable reading experience. The refined letter shapes and improved character spacing further enhance legibility, allowing the font to shine in a wide range of applications, from print to digital media.
Nure variable font

Display versions with reduced spacing

In addition to the existing variations, a set of display versions has been specifically designed to cater to more visually striking applications. These versions feature reduced spacing, creating a condensed and tight-knit aesthetic that instantly captivates the eye. Despite the spacing adjustments, readability and clarity remain uncompromised. From eye-catching headlines to impactful signage, these display versions of the Nure™ font are sure to make a lasting impression while effectively conveying the intended message.
Nure variable font
With the recent improvements, the Nure™ variable font has become even more appealing and functional. Try it to believe!
 

Amazing use of my typeface PragmataPro by Rai, the public Italian TV broadcast, to promote the 50th Internet Day.

Art director: Roberto Bagatti

Happy Internet Day to all!

 
PragmataPro HTML5 Entity compared with other fonts

— All the 2109 HTML 5 entities are included in this version

From now your web page can supports HTML5 entities without worries with Pragmata Pro because it’s one of the rarest fonts that can do this.

HTML5 requires also some weird combined characters hard to find.

All the 2109 HTML5 entities was designed and available since PragmataPro 0.828

Click here to see the entire HTML 5 list set in PragmataPro™

— Comodore 64 nostalgia?

Sample of PragmataPro Graphic for Legacy Computing coming from Teletext, Atari and Comodore64

Pragmata Pro™ is the first monospaced typeface offering ‘Graphic for Legacy Computing’ Unicode set. All these glyphs coming from Teletext, Atari and Comodore 64 system.

These symbols converted as text are designed to build images. Practically is a ‘Block Elements’ set extension.

— Added Runic set

PragmataPro Runic, includes Elder Futhark, Younger Futhark, Anglo-Saxon and Medieval Runes

I love the design of Runic letters and, after the request of a user, I’ve added them with pleasure to PragmataPro

PragmataPro Runic coding sample

PragmataPro Runic is the first monospaced Runic of all time

— New # TODO, # ERROR and other useful programming ligatures

PragmataPro new # TODO, # ERROR and other useful programming ligatures

Do you remember [TODO], [ERROR]… ligatures?
The same trick was extended also # TODO, # ERROR

— Better Drawings with Boxes and Arrows

PragmataPro 0.828 - All the glyphs of the 'Box Drawing' set are vertically aligned to 'Arrows', 'Supplemental Arrows', 'Supplemental Arrows-C' and 'Geometric Shapes' when they are next

The position of the arrows or geometric shapes like triangles are now correct when them are next to Box Drawing symbols.
Since v_0.828 diagrams and schemas are now more consistent

— Greek letters are more distinguishable

PragmataPro new Greek Theta, theta and zero. Letters are more distinguishable

— PragmataPro Arabic with accents

PragmataPro Arabic with accents planned to works as automatic composition

PragmataPro Arabic diacritics are combinable with Arabic script

— Other improvements:

Regular: ‘Greek’, ‘Cyrillic’,’Latin Extended-A’ and ‘Latin Extended-B’ sets
are combinable with ‘Combining Diacritical Marks’

all weights: added these new ligatures:
->- -<- =>= =<=

all weights: added and updated new Nerd symbols from Nerd font

Regular: improved the design of  л (el), м (em), н (en), ģ (gcommaccent)

Regular: improved the design of some ‘Mathematical Operators’ and ‘Miscellaneous Technical’ glyphs to improve APL programming

Bold, Italic and Bold Italic: added ‘Latin Extended-B’ and ‘Latin Extended Additional’ sets

all weights: added the glyphs set by two numbers ‘Enclosed Alphanumerics’ like 11, 12, 13… 20

Feel free to contact me directly or notify an issue via Github to improve PragmataPro again and again.Thank you!

Kus-stenen retraced by Fabrizio Schiavi, set in PragmataPro Runic
 

After the successful selling of Abitare Sans I decided to add and improve some glyphs

 

➊ Improvements

Almost all the design of the main Latin letters was changed to improve text readability. All is more proportional and harmonious now.
The design of the curly quotes are changed to be more recognizable in texts.
Question mark, and its derived glyphs, are now more condensed and inspired to the design of the traditional serif typefaces.
Abitare Sans now has a more sharp geometric outline.

 

Abitare Sans 1.06 changes

 


➋ Cyrillic set

Since v_1.06 Abitare Sans includes Cyrillic alphabet in all the 30 weights, both in Roman and Italic version.

 

Abitare Sans Cyrillic sample text

 


 

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