Get outta here, Comic Sans — and take Papyrus with you.
A new open-source, online typeface editor wants to streamline how we design fonts, a process that is otherwise typically tedious and repetitive.
Prototypo will let anyone design an entire font system all at once. For professionals this means a less time-consuming process than working letter-by-letter and for beginners it means a way to create something original without having a lot of expertise or running into legal issues by modifying existing fonts.
“When I make a website I can go to a website like Google Fonts … but they’re very basic and I still have to browse,” Prototypo co-founder Louis-Rémi Babé told Mashable. “Instead I could just have a larger list of parameters right on the web page I’m designing.” Read more…