Ingrid Mono

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Release Year
2012
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Classification
Sans Serif
Original Format
Digital
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Tags
display, monospaced, typewriter

Background

The birth of the monospaced types dates back to the past. There was a need for the creation of typesets for typewriters. The difficulty was to align the different glyphs in the same width. This led to particular problems with letters like M and l; the former seemed to be squeezed into the same width of all letters and the second one appeared way too stretched. Despite – or perhaps because of – the impression of the typewriter it is still popular with Graphic Designers. The Ingrid Mono font family with a high range of glyphs and symbols has that special appearance.

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Last edited by ChrisDC on March 9, 2013, 03:42pm EST

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