Questrial

 

Questrial

 

Questrial

 

Questrial

 

Questrial

 

Expanding the character set
Laura had the chance to work closely with the Google Fonts team on the improvement and the character set expansion of their typeface Questrial. 

Questrial, originally designed by Joe Prince, is an open-source font for body text and headlines on a website, a modern style typeface, suited with past characteristics of great typefaces, making it highly readable in any context. The full-circle curves on many characters make Questrial a great font to blend seamlessly with other fonts while still maintaining its uniqueness. It is heavily influenced by Swiss design, similar to a Grotesk style. 

The challenge of this project was to fulfil the goal of extending the character set from the basic to the  Google Latin African, a task that required lots of research. The starting point was to prepare the project files to modern standards and review exemplar designs for the full glyph set, followed by the design a prototype that extends the existing Latin design to Google Latin Plus, Google Latin Pro and Google Latin African (up to 1.351 characters)

Questrial language support includes African Latin and full coverage of Vietnamese, additional to all Western, Central, and South-Eastern European languages. It is also provided all the monetary symbols, Small Caps, and tabular figures so they can be used in tables and forms to enable maximum satisfaction. 

To contribute see github.com/googlefonts/questrial

Authors: Joe Prince and Laura Meseguer
Project Manager: Dave Crossland
Q&A: Viviana Monsalve and Marc Foley 
Contributors: Lasse Fister and Denis Jacquerye 
Available at Google Fonts
Expanding the character set
Laura had the chance to work closely with the Google Fonts team on the improvement and the character set expansion of their typeface Questrial. 

Questrial, originally designed by Joe Prince, is an open-source font for body text and headlines on a website, a modern style typeface, suited with past characteristics of great typefaces, making it highly readable in any context. The full-circle curves on many characters make Questrial a great font to blend seamlessly with other fonts while still maintaining its uniqueness. It is heavily influenced by Swiss design, similar to a Grotesk style. 

The challenge of this project was to fulfil the goal of extending the character set from the basic to the  Google Latin African, a task that required lots of research. The starting point was to prepare the project files to modern standards and review exemplar designs for the full glyph set, followed by the design a prototype that extends the existing Latin design to Google Latin Plus, Google Latin Pro and Google Latin African (up to 1.351 characters)

Questrial language support includes African Latin and full coverage of Vietnamese, additional to all Western, Central, and South-Eastern European languages. It is also provided all the monetary symbols, Small Caps, and tabular figures so they can be used in tables and forms to enable maximum satisfaction. 

To contribute see github.com/googlefonts/questrial

Authors: Joe Prince and Laura Meseguer
Project Manager: Dave Crossland
Q&A: Viviana Monsalve and Marc Foley 
Contributors: Lasse Fister and Denis Jacquerye 
Available at Google Fonts
Expanding the character set
Laura had the chance to work closely with the Google Fonts team on the improvement and the character set expansion of their typeface Questrial. 

Questrial, originally designed by Joe Prince, is an open-source font for body text and headlines on a website, a modern style typeface, suited with past characteristics of great typefaces, making it highly readable in any context. The full-circle curves on many characters make Questrial a great font to blend seamlessly with other fonts while still maintaining its uniqueness. It is heavily influenced by Swiss design, similar to a Grotesk style. 

The challenge of this project was to fulfil the goal of extending the character set from the basic to the  Google Latin African, a task that required lots of research. The starting point was to prepare the project files to modern standards and review exemplar designs for the full glyph set, followed by the design a prototype that extends the existing Latin design to Google Latin Plus, Google Latin Pro and Google Latin African (up to 1.351 characters)

Questrial language support includes African Latin and full coverage of Vietnamese, additional to all Western, Central, and South-Eastern European languages. It is also provided all the monetary symbols, Small Caps, and tabular figures so they can be used in tables and forms to enable maximum satisfaction. 

To contribute see github.com/googlefonts/questrial

Authors: Joe Prince and Laura Meseguer
Project Manager: Dave Crossland
Q&A: Viviana Monsalve and Marc Foley 
Contributors: Lasse Fister and Denis Jacquerye 
Available at Google Fonts
Expanding the character set
Laura had the chance to work closely with the Google Fonts team on the improvement and the character set expansion of their typeface Questrial. 

Questrial, originally designed by Joe Prince, is an open-source font for body text and headlines on a website, a modern style typeface, suited with past characteristics of great typefaces, making it highly readable in any context. The full-circle curves on many characters make Questrial a great font to blend seamlessly with other fonts while still maintaining its uniqueness. It is heavily influenced by Swiss design, similar to a Grotesk style. 

The challenge of this project was to fulfil the goal of extending the character set from the basic to the  Google Latin African, a task that required lots of research. The starting point was to prepare the project files to modern standards and review exemplar designs for the full glyph set, followed by the design a prototype that extends the existing Latin design to Google Latin Plus, Google Latin Pro and Google Latin African (up to 1.351 characters)

Questrial language support includes African Latin and full coverage of Vietnamese, additional to all Western, Central, and South-Eastern European languages. It is also provided all the monetary symbols, Small Caps, and tabular figures so they can be used in tables and forms to enable maximum satisfaction. 

To contribute see github.com/googlefonts/questrial

Authors: Joe Prince and Laura Meseguer
Project Manager: Dave Crossland
Q&A: Viviana Monsalve and Marc Foley 
Contributors: Lasse Fister and Denis Jacquerye 
Available at Google Fonts
Expanding the character set
Laura had the chance to work closely with the Google Fonts team on the improvement and the character set expansion of their typeface Questrial. 

Questrial, originally designed by Joe Prince, is an open-source font for body text and headlines on a website, a modern style typeface, suited with past characteristics of great typefaces, making it highly readable in any context. The full-circle curves on many characters make Questrial a great font to blend seamlessly with other fonts while still maintaining its uniqueness. It is heavily influenced by Swiss design, similar to a Grotesk style. 

The challenge of this project was to fulfil the goal of extending the character set from the basic to the  Google Latin African, a task that required lots of research. The starting point was to prepare the project files to modern standards and review exemplar designs for the full glyph set, followed by the design a prototype that extends the existing Latin design to Google Latin Plus, Google Latin Pro and Google Latin African (up to 1.351 characters)

Questrial language support includes African Latin and full coverage of Vietnamese, additional to all Western, Central, and South-Eastern European languages. It is also provided all the monetary symbols, Small Caps, and tabular figures so they can be used in tables and forms to enable maximum satisfaction. 

To contribute see github.com/googlefonts/questrial

Authors: Joe Prince and Laura Meseguer
Project Manager: Dave Crossland
Q&A: Viviana Monsalve and Marc Foley 
Contributors: Lasse Fister and Denis Jacquerye 
Available at Google Fonts
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Questrial African Latin Character Set

Questrial African Latin Character Set


 

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© 2005-2021 Laura Meseguer
Custom Type Design and Lettering


© 2005-2021 Laura Meseguer
Custom Lettering and Type Design 


© 2005-2021 Laura Meseguer
Custom Lettering and Type Design 


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