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This is a deceptively simple specimen that, on further investigation, reveals different features in interesting ways. The type tester's controls are a little unusual. Clicking the 'read more' about the font opens a treasure trove of an article outlining the typeface's origins, inspiration, and design

Published on 04 Aug 2020


What a fun specimen! Bright, bold typographic illustrations pepper the content explaining the typeface's features. Really refreshing design.

Published on 04 Aug 2020

Residenz Grotesk

A specimen that reads like a product page, including often used conventions such as the alternating image and paragraph combination. Where this specimen breaks with convention is the navigation stuck to the bottom of the page.

Published on 30 Jul 2020


A heavily stylised retro illustration opens the specimen before leading onto more conventional design patterns. It's a shame the aesthetic wasn't carried through to the features or back story of the typeface.

Published on 29 Jul 2020


This is a really cool collection of specimens (as a catalogue, I suppose). Presented in a passive, scrollable format, the controls for manipulating the content ever-present at the bottom of the interface.

Published on 29 Jul 2020

Helsa Display

Super simple specimen from Paratype which has glyphs and languages as different sections. There is a tool menu (which is a little obfuscated) and in here are the usual controls to manipulate the text.

Published on 29 Jul 2020