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Pseudonym - 24 Incised Serif Fonts

Pseudonym is a low-contrast, subtly-flared serif available in four weights across three styles in both roman and italic – that’s 24 fonts in total!

I’m sure you will have great fun playing with some of the Open Type features that I’ve added to Pseudonym. There’s a full set of true small caps with their corresponding diacritics and figures. There are also a number of discretionary ligatures, these are chosen from the glyphs palette in your layout app to replace pairs of standard characters. You’ll also enjoy making use of the catchwords – these have been created to harmonise with each style, again, giving you more flexibility and scope to create some innovative typography. Finally, there are some alternate characters for /C/D/O/. You may wish to use these when creating logos that include standard contractions for limited, number, incorporated, etc.

Key features:

  • Pseudonym is a low-contrast, subtly-flared serif that has great presence, style and legibility
  • 3 styles – Narrow, Regular and Wide
  • 4 weights in roman and italic:
  • Light | Regular | Medium | Bold
  • Full set of small caps with diacritics and figures
  • 30+ discretionary ligatures, catchwords and alternate characters
  • Full European character set
  • 600 glyphs per font

  • Pseudonym Light otf (300)
  • Pseudonym Wide Light otf (300)
  • Pseudonym Light Italic otf (300)
  • Pseudonym Narrow Light otf (300)
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If you need help with a product contact the shop owner here on the product page! Just click the Message icon on the upper right. For anything else visit our FAQ

Can I use Pseudonym as a webfont with this licence?

No.

How do I access the alternate characters in this font?

You need to be using an app that recognises Open Type features.

Most Adobe apps (latest versions) have a Glyphs palette that allows you to pick individual characters for insertion in your designs. You can also select "Stylistic Sets" from the Open Type options within Character palettes. Full details here: http://www.adobe.com/ie/products/type/opentype.html

If you are using Microsoft Word, ensure you have Stylistic Alternates selected. See here:
http://www.addictivetips.com/microsoft-office/apply-font-stylistic-sets-and-ligatures-in-word-2010/

General tips for Mac apps here:
http://www.macworld.com/article/3052388/software/how-to-access-advanced-opentype-features-in-a-variety-of-mac-apps.html

How do I install a font?

After you unzip your font product files, you will see .OTF or .TTF files. To install a font, just double click on the OTF or TTF file. For more information, check out our Font FAQ.

If you’re still having trouble installing the font, please contact the Shop Owner or Creative Market Support.

What software do I need to use this font?

When a font is installed on your computer, it can be used with any program that allows you to create text. Fonts will work in Microsoft Office applications, Adobe software, and almost any other program with a text editor. For additional details on OTF special features and installing your new font, check out the Font FAQ.