Just a quick announcement that my fonts Ductus are now available on Bye Bye Binary's typothèque → https://typotheque.genderfluid.space/
Regular and Monospace versions are released with 3 weights for each.
It's under free license so feel free to use or modify it
Finally showing something I've been working on for a moment : I added inclusive glyphs to a font family that I designed a few years ago. These glyphs depend on an Opentype feature that activate it when you use the period centered glyph to be gender inclusive.
This font family was designed with Metapost and is totally free of use : https://gitlab.com/ameliedumont/fonts/-/tree/master/Ductus
Another little generator project. This is a tool made for the art event Lesbiennale (https://lesbiennale.art), aimed at the organisation team so that they can create pictures for their social network accounts by playing with the automated layout of the tool. Then PNG files are generated and can be downloaded.
I made something I wanted to try for a long time for the Feminist Hack Meetings in Rotterdam: an HTML poster generator. The organizers have the basic pattern of the poster on a webpage and they can modify and generate themselves the posters for the other events #webtoprint
@frankiezafe est-ce que tu as un bon traducteur NL en ligne ? C'est pour traduire les descriptions de mes projets
I found a way to make variable fonts with free softwares only. It requires Fontforge and two Python modules (AFDKO and fontmake). My code here: https://gitlab.com/ameliedumont/fonts/tree/master/ReHershey/Variable%20fonts/Contour%20VF
#variablefont #python #freesoftware
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I designed the poster and flyers in Python using Flat (https://xxyxyz.org/flat)
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