Input is a typeface for code, designed by David Jonathan Ross and released by Font Bureau.
Source: Input: Fonts for Code
Why do we use fonts not designed for readers? Fancy fonts are nice for creating images with text or using as titles and headers. Think about the fonts book publishers have been using for generations of books and people.
It seems a better reading font is required.
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I’m hoping this brings back the ASCII art fonts, or better versions of them. My favourite is still FixedSys partly because I know how it will work and partly because it shows up bold rather than thin and faded.
Great to see ASCII art appear in places other than the Internet and computer screens.
Likely a new site. It would/ will be better as they add a variety of shrug emoticons.
Source: Nadine Faye James, Illustrator