Our world is increasingly computer-oriented, and we are confronted more and more with the digital displays that accompany the machines. By nature, digital display fonts have always been confined to a particular grid, which makes it a challenge to create all the necessary Roman characters. Type designer Steffen Sauerteig boldly took on the challenge by creating his font family FF Readout. The characters are monospaced and are all constructed from the same basic form. As an added bonus, you can layer the Front and Back variations to form different colored foregrounds and backgrounds. If you want to give your computer a retro-digital look, try FF Readout One in 10 point as your system font.
Supports 43 different languages such as Spanish, English, Portuguese, French, Italian, Finnish, Irish, Basque, and Icelandic in Latin and other scripts.
(Please note that not all languages are available for all formats.)