After working on an annual report that required each bar chart and line graph to be produced manually, Travis Kochel created an automated solution in an unconventional package: He used fonts. Inspired by the special functionality built into typefaces like FF PicLig where typing “<3” outputs a heart ♥, Travis began with a single font that made pie charts. Type “25” and you get a quarter circle, “50” makes a half circle, and so on. FF Chartwell is a set of seven fonts for making simple charts, or using a little ingenuity, more complex infographics. Make bar charts (horizontal and vertical), line graphs, ring, rose, and radar charts, and of course, pie charts, all with simple strings of numbers. Before you buy, be sure to see FontFont’s page on How to use FF Chartwell.