This is the second part in a 4-part series about using a custom made digital font.
In case you missed the first example and an introduction – you can view that using the link below.
In this post – I share a second example of how the font might be used. Gas Station Signage.
Welcome to Stag Gas 3000!
The signage has no interactions but does feature an advertisement panel that cycles through some pretty sweet deals. You will notice that it will even flash on the message to use your Stag Gas Card – don’t forget…!
The custom font is based on a 7-segment display like you might see with an alarm clock. As such, there are some limitations in how particular letters are created. If you like the idea behind using a font like this – please hold out for the 14-segment font to come – which will allow for some much nicer alphabet characters.
Stay tuned for the third post where I will highlight how I created the font.
In the meantime – check out the sweet deals at Stag Gas 3000!
No credit card required.
Certificate Program in Washington, D.C, Apr 14, 2020