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An unusal specimen presented in a user-configurable grid. Every element is presented in one of the rectangles, and you can choose how many rectanges per row you want to see. Want big type? Bump up rectangles with the slider. The fragmented reading experience really works.
This is a lovely specimen for a reimagining of Comic Sans. Going as far as suggesting this is for everyone – including the typographically savvy. The refreshing element of this specimen is the opening illustration and the earthy colour palette.
The companion to Output, Input is a simple, understated sans serif typeface presented in a simple specimen. The refreshing line illustrations are all that's needed to demonstrate the usage.
The great thing about David Jonathan Ross's specimens is the writing. Full of humour and personality, Forma is no different. A refreshing design – bright, primary colours – are the backdrop for an excellent editorial specimen.
The Aglet Mono specimen page opens with a type tester and a complete display of all weights available to buy. The real selling point of this specimen, though, are the contextual samples – showing aglet performing in a code environment.
Marketed as a 'UI Slab Serif', Kefa's specimen has some compelling images in a carousel. The stacked type testers have simple controls to allow the user to interact with the typeface.
An unconventional specimen – certainly from a web perspective. It leads with a fake article and is navigable by vertical tabs on the left of the screen. The right of the screen permenantly has an open drawer for licensing and purchasing workflow.
A bit of an assault on the senses, the specimen for Pilowlava harks back to a more creative time on the web. A refreshing aesthetic.
What happens when you art direct the design of a specimen with customised photography and fully illustrate its intended use? This. This is what happens. The Lust pro specimen shows high level editorial design, complete with its own content.
A typeface with no curves. The specimen is a single element – an editable name of the typeface, but not editable in the sense you might expect. Here, you can manipulate the points of the glyphs.
Brilliant name for a 'clarendonesque on steroids'. The Specimen for 'Oi!' is littered with comedic touches and the design fully supports the loud brash intention of the typeface.