Tuner Sans Serif Font – A functional, constructive sans-serif with universal, geometric forms. Blips on a radar screen signal movement — flashing and beeping, they get your attention. Squares and circles cross paths, while retinas focus and search for new information. Out of coarse computer screens and old software, designer Simon Renaud freed an idea from pixelated restrictions and created Tuner. With lo-fi roots and a high-minded appreciation for typography, it’s perfectly at home in the age of data-driven journalism and referential design.
Tuner embraces the glitches and quirks of archaic monitors, as well as crude transit displays still in use, and it maintains some effects of a monospace without being one. The benefits of this are many. For titling uses, the fonts don’t need to be rectified; at small sizes, readability is maintained. All while packing an element of surprise—the triangular ‘A’, select square-sided letters, and fast obliques, keep the eyes alert and engaged. Ultimately, Tuner’s sturdy tone transmits confidence, while its cavaliar aspects lead you off-the-grid.
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