App to make free Hillvetica font
$710 of $350 goal
Yesterday (April 13), I saw the logo for Hillary Clinton's freshly unveiled presidential campaign. I wondered what my initial R looked like if done the same way. But then I thought, no, this would require all 26 letters. And Hillary Bold was born, on Twitter, where it was renamed Hillvetica.
So where do you download it? You can't, yet. Because it's just a sketch. I don't own the software that makes proper computer fonts. And I can't afford it at the moment, since I have to disgorge a large sum of cash to the IRS, ironically.
Tell you what: if you help finance me a copy of the app called Glyphs (glyphsapp.com), I'll distribute a pair of compatible fonts, one for the red and one for the blue, at NO CHARGE. (After all, the letter H is someone's trademark.)
I'm already learning the app, thanks to Glyphs' 30-day free trial. I'll be sure to get it out while the issue is still hot!
Yesterday was such a wild ride. And I have enough encouragement from many people that the resulting computer font will be quite popular, on either side of the political spectrum.
I'll be singling out those eligible for a free logo design, which will go beyond a simple image file. As I promised, it can be either for you or someone of your choosing.
But first, I have to get busy with this font!
You'll be the first to know how I'll distribute it, too.
NOT IF YOU WERE THE LAST PERSON ON EARTH!! YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DEATHS OF 4 AMAERICANS!! BUT AS YOU SAID " WHAT DIFFERANCE DOES IT MAKE"!! IT MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE TO ME!! I CARE!!
Sorry that I was late on hearing about this. Congrats on raising the money. Be sure to put the extra cash to great use. As I'm sure you will. God's Speed
Hey! Can you add leters of the spanish alphabet? " Ñ Á É Í Ó Ú ¿ and ¡" ? Thanks!