Optician Sans – Free Font Based on Historical Optotypes

Optician Sans – Free Font is based on the historical eye charts and optotypes used by opticians world wide. The typeface, made with Sloan optotypes as the basis of construction, is the most effective letter selection for equal legibility. To make a typeface that ensures that all patients regardless of visual function, have the best possibility to see my commercial information, was a key goal for my new visual layout. In addition to the basic Latin characters we created a set of alternatives glyphs for a more wholesome look. How true you want to stay to the original characters is up to you. You’ll find all characters in the Glyph panel in your preferred layout or type application.

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