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TT Bluescreens font
TT Bluescreens Font Family Type Specimen www.typetype.org TypeType Foundry, 2023 TT Bluescreens TypeType March 13, 2015 January 17, 2023 TypeType 37 styles otf, ttf, woff, eot, svg Design Release Date Font Update Publisher Styles File FormatsTT Bluescreens Font Family Type Specimen www.typetype.org TypeType Foundry, 2023 2 123ABC About TT Bluescreens TT Bluescreens is a geometric sans serif with narrow proportions. The font has a memorable character, while remaining neutral, so it can be used in various design projects. The range of possibilities of the updated TT Bluescreens has become much wider! Condensed styles with narrowed propor- tions have been added. The classic styles of TT Bluescreens are universal and suitable for setting both in headings and in text arrays. Condensed styles are intended for non- standard design solutions. In small sizes, they are perceived as if having a texture, thanks to which they can become part of packag- ing or poster design. In large size they look extraordinary, but they are highly readable and convey information well. Variable font now changes along 3 axes: weight, width and slant. Even more options for those who love variety. The character set of TT Bluescreens was ex- panded, and additional extended Cyrillic and Latin characters were added. Expanded character set. Each style has 874 characters. This is 253 characters more than it there were in the previous version. New cur- rency signs, arrows, punctuation and fractions were added. Number of OpenType features increased from 18 to 31! The font has become even more functional and convenient thanks to a large number of ligatures, stylistic alternatives and localizations. The quality of the contours has become even higher, diacritics were improved. The updated TT Bluescreens is suitable for the design of covers and posters, it will look aesthetically pleasing in packaging design. It can be used in the design of titles and disclaimers. Condensed styles are preferably used in large size. The TT Bluescreens font has 37 styles: 9 up- right and 9 italics of standard width, 9 upright and 9 italics in Condensed, 1 variable style. Each style contains 874 characters. The font has 31 OpenType features, including ligatures, stylistic sets, and localizations. TT Bluescreens Medium 300 ptTT Bluescreens Font Family Type Specimen www.typetype.org TypeType Foundry, 2023 3 Font family TT Bluescreens is available in 9 weights (Thin, ExtraLight, Light, Regular, Meduim, DemiBold, Bold, ExtraBold, and Black) and 9 matching italics of standard width. TT Bluescreens Thin TT Bluescreens Thin Italic TT Bluescreens Medium TT Bluescreens Medium Italic TT Bluescreens Light TT Bluescreens Light Italic TT Bluescreens Bold TT Bluescreens Bold Italic TT Bluescreens ExtraLight TT Bluescreens ExtraLight Italic TT Bluescreens DemiBold TT Bluescreens DemiBold Italic TT Bluescreens Regular TT Bluescreens Italic TT Bluescreens ExtraBold TT Bluescreens ExtraBold Italic TT Bluescreens Black TT Bluescreens Black Italic Weights ItalicsTT Bluescreens Font Family Type Specimen www.typetype.org TypeType Foundry, 2023 4 Examples An organic light-emitting diode (OLED) is a light-emitting diode (LED) in which the emissive electroluminescent layer is a film of organic compound that emits light in response to an electric current. This organic layer is situated between two electrodes; typically, at least one of these electrodes is transparent. André Bernanose and co-workers at the Nancy-Université made the first observations of electroluminescence in organic materials in the early 1950s. They applied high alternating voltages in air to materials such as acridine orange, either deposited on or dissolved in cellulose or cellophane thin films. OLEDs are used to create digital displays in devices such as television screens, computer monitors, portable systems such as smartphones, handheld game consoles and PDAs. A major area of research is the development of white OLED devices for use in solid-state lighting applications. Pope's group reported in 1965 that in the absence of an external electric field, the electroluminescence in anthracene crystals is caused by the recombination of a thermalized electron and hole, and that the conducting level of anthracene is higher in energy than the exciton energy level. In 1960 Martin Pope and some of his co-workers at New York Univer- sity developed ohmic dark-injecting electrode contacts to organic crystals. They further described the necessary energetic requirements (work functions) for hole and electron injecting electrode contacts. In 1965, W. Helfrich and W. G. Schneider of the National Research Council produced double injection recombination electrolumi- nescence for the first time in an anthracene single crystal using hole and electron injecting electrodes, the forerunner of modern double-injection devices. TT Bluescreens Thin 16 pt TT Bluescreens Thin Italic 16 pt TT Bluescreens ExtraLight 16 pt TT Bluescreens ExtraLight Italic 16 pt TT Bluescreens Light 16 pt TT Bluescreens Light Italic 16 ptTT Bluescreens Font Family Type Specimen www.typetype.org TypeType Foundry, 2023 5 Examples Roger Partridge made the first observation of electrolumines - cence from polymer films at the National Physical Laboratory in the United Kingdom. The device consisted of a film of poly (N-vinylcarbazole) up to 2.2 micrometers thick located between two charge injecting electrodes. This device used a two-layer structure with separate hole transporting and electron transporting layers such that recombination and light emission occurred in the middle of the organic layer; this resulted in a reduction in operating voltage and improvements in efficiency. Research into polymer electroluminescence culminated in 1990 with J. H. Burroughes et al. at the Cavendish Laboratory at Cambridge University, UK, reporting a high- efficiency green light-emitting polymer-based device using 100 nm thick films of poly(p-phenylene vinylene). Originally, the most basic polymer OLEDs consisted of a single organic layer. One example was the first light-emitting device synthesised by J. H. Burroughes et al., which involved a single layer of poly(p-pheny- lene vinylene). The organic molecules are electrically conductive as a re- sult of delocalization of pi electrons caused by conjugation over part or all of the molecule. These materials have conductivity levels ranging from insulators to conductors, and are therefore considered organic semiconductors. Many modern OLEDs incorporate a simple bilayer struc- ture, consisting of a conductive layer and an emissive layer. More recent developments in OLED architecture improves quantum efficiency (up to 19%) by using a graded heterojunction. TT Bluescreens Regular 16 pt TT Bluescreens Italic 16 pt TT Bluescreens Medium 16 pt TT Bluescreens Medium Italic 16 pt TT Bluescreens DemiBold 16 pt TT Bluescreens DemiBold Italic 16 ptTT Bluescreens Font Family Type Specimen www.typetype.org TypeType Foundry, 2023 6 Examples This latter process may also be described as the injection of electron holes into the HOMO. Electrosta- tic forces bring the electrons and the holes towards each other and they recombine forming an exciton, a bound state of the electron and hole. Statistically three triplet excitons will be formed for each singlet exciton. Decay from triplet states (phosphorescence) is spin forbidden, increasing the timescale of the transition and limiting the inter- nal efficiency of fluorescent devices. During operation, a voltage is applied across the OLED such that the anode is positive with respect to the cathode. Anodes are picked based upon the quality of their optical transparency, electrical conductivity, and chemical stability. The graded heterojunction architecture com- bines the benefits of both conventional archi - tectures by improving charge injection while simultaneously balancing charge transport within the emissive region. A typical conductive layer may consist of PEDOT:PSS as the HOMO level of this material generally lies between the work function of ITO and the HOMO of other commonly used polymers, reducing the energy barriers for hole injection. Indium tin oxide (ITO) is commonly used as the anode material. It is transparent to visible light and has a high work function which promotes injection of holes into the HOMO level of the organic layer. TT Bluescreens Bold 16 pt TT Bluescreens Bold Italic 16 pt TT Bluescreens ExtraBold 16 pt TT Bluescreens ExtraBold Italic 16 pt TT Bluescreens Black 16 pt TT Bluescreens Black Italic 16 ptTT Bluescreens Font Family Type Specimen www.typetype.org TypeType Foundry, 2023 7 Condensed font family TT Bluescreens Condensed consists of 18 faces: 9 uprights (Thin, ExtraLight, Light, Regular, Meduim, DemiBold, Bold, ExtraBold, and Black) and 9 italics. Condensed styles are preferably used in large size. Thin Thin Medium Medium Light Light Bold Bold ExtraLight ExtraLight DemiBold DemiBold Regular Regular ExtraBold ExtraBold Black Black Weights ItalicsTT Bluescreens Font Family Type Specimen www.typetype.org TypeType Foundry, 2023 8 Supported languages TT Bluescreens supports more than 240 lan- guages including Western, Central, Northern European languages and most of cyrillic. Albanian Basque Belarusian Bosnian Breton Corsican Croatian Czech Danish English Estonian Faroese Filipino Finnish French Gaelic German Hungarian Icelandic Indonesian Irish Italian Latvian Lithuanian Macedonian Moldavian Norwegian Polish Portuguese Romanian Russian Sámi (Lule, Southern) Serbian Slovak Slovenian Spanish Swahili Swedish Turkish Turkmen (Latin) Ukrainian Zulu and othersTT Bluescreens Font Family Type Specimen www.typetype.org TypeType Foundry, 2023 9 ??????? ?? ???????????? ??????????? ???????????? ? ?????????, ????????, ??????????? ?????, ???????? ????????????, ? OLED-??????????. TT Bluescreens Regular 80 pt RussianTT Bluescreens Font Family Type Specimen www.typetype.org TypeType Foundry, 2023 10 Languages Sammenlignet med LCD-skærme med baggrundsbelys- ning, er strømforbruget for en OLED-skærm mindre end halvdelen. Baggrundsbelysningen på en LCD-skærm lyser konstant, og varierende mængder lys i forskellige farver slippes gennem. LCD-skærme er ikke i stand til at vise den rene farve sort , da noget lys altid slipper gennem. OLED-skærme, producerer lyset i hvert enkelt pixel, ogi hver sine farver, således kontrasten (forholdet mellem de lyse og mørke farver) bliver uendelig, hvilket betyder at der ikke er noget lystab. Iako industrijom televizora trenutno dominiraju uredaji koji koriste panele sa ekranima od tecnog kristala, poz- natije pod imenom LCD paneli, OLED tehnologija takode postaje sve zastupljenija i popularnija, te tako stice velike šanse da u buducnosti sa trona skine stariju, „rivalsku” tehnologiju izrade ekrana. Ideja da se razviju OLED ekrani došla je posmatranjem svitaca, jer su ovi insekti u stanju da stvore svetlost uprkos cinjenici da — ocigledno — na sebi nemaju nikakve elektricne uredaje sa tradicionalnim lampama. Puede ser usado en todo tipo de aplicaciones: televisores, monitores, pantallas de dispositivos portátiles (teléfonos móviles, PDA, reproductores de audio...), indicadores de información o de aviso, etc., con formatos que bajo cualquier diseño irán desde unas dimensiones pequeñas (2 pulgadas) hasta enormes tamaños (equivalentes a los que se están consiguiendo con LCD). Mediante los OLED también se pueden crear grandes o pequeños carteles de publicidad, así como fuentes de luz para iluminar espacios generales. OLEDin valmistuksessa käytetään höyrystystekniikkaa, mikä vaatii tyhjiön käyttöä. Ensin lasisubstraatille teh- dään indiumtinaoksidista anodi, minkä jälkeen höyrys- tetään yleensä ainakin kaksi kerrosta pienimolekyylisiä orgaanisia yhdisteitä (organometalleja). Orgaanisten kerrosten kokonaispaksuus on 100–150 nm. Niiden päälle tehdään katodi jostain metallista. Kuviointi hoidetaan käyttämällä "varjomaskia" höyrystyksessä. Lisäämällä rakenteeseen erilaisia kerroksia saadaan OLEDin hyötysuhdetta paranettua. Danish Serbian Spanish FinnishTT Bluescreens Font Family Type Specimen www.typetype.org TypeType Foundry, 2023 11 FØNT FAMILY ŞÙPPÔRTŠ MANY FÖREIGÑ LANGÜÅGES TT Bluescreens Condensed ExtraBold 130 ptTT Bluescreens Font Family Type Specimen www.typetype.org TypeType Foundry, 2023 12 ÀÁAAÂÄAAÅ?ÃÆ? CCÇCCDDDÈÉEÊËEEEE? ?ĞGGGGHH??ÌÍ Î ÏİIII I?ÍJJ K?LLL?L?NNNÑ??ÒÓÔÖOOÕOØ?Œ??RRRSŠSŞ?T T ? TÙÚUÛÜUUUUU ?U? ?W???YYŸ???Z Z Z????????àáaaâäaaå?ãæ?ccçccd d ?èéeêëeeee??ğgggghh??ıì íîï iiiii?íj?jk?lll?l?nnn ñ ?ßò óô öoo õo ø?œ??rrrs šsş?tt?tùúuûüuuuuu?u??w???yyÿ???zzz???? ??????????????????????????????????????? ??????????????????????????????????h???? Character Set Uppercase Lowercase Figures Mathematical Symbols Fractions, Ordinals Cyrillic Uppercase Cyrillic Lowercase Punctuation & Symbols Extended Latin Extended Cyrillic Glyphs ABCDEF GHIJ KLMNOPQ RSTUVWXY Z abcdef ghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz 01234 56789 -+<>??=?~?¬±×÷·•?#%‰µ ¼½¾???????????????ºª ???? ???????????????????? ??????????????????????? ?? ? ?? ??? ??? ???????????? ? ???? ?? ????????????????? !¡?¿«»‹› .,:;‘’‚“ ”„..."'|¦ -–—_\/ ()[]{}·•* #§©®¶?™@&†‡°^ªºTT Bluescreens Font Family Type Specimen www.typetype.org TypeType Foundry, 2023 13 Standard Ligatures Superscripts, Scientific Inferiors Tabular Figures Proportional Oldstyle Numerators, Denominators Proportional Figures Tabular Oldstyle Glyphs ffi ffj ffl ff fi fj fl H0123456789 H0123456789 0123456789 0123456789 H0123456789 H0123456789 01234 56789 0123456789 Case Sensitive White Circled Numbers Black Circled Numbers Localization Stylistic Alternates H[](){}¡¿«»‹›-–—·•@ ? ????????????????????? 01 234567891011121314151617181920 ? ? ? ? ? ? ÍJ íj ?L ?l ?l i ? ? ? ? IÌÍÎÏIIIIİ??aàáâãäåaaaa????llll?l? fl fflyyÿy????????Q?JÍJ?J?? Currency ?¢$€????£???¥ƒ¤ Arrows ‹^›v-|???????? Character SetTT Bluescreens Font Family Type Specimen www.typetype.org TypeType Foundry, 2023 14 Basic characters ABCDEFGHIJKLMN OPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmn opqrstuvwxyz 0123456789 TT Bluescreens Medium 110 ptTT Bluescreens Font Family Type Specimen www.typetype.org TypeType Foundry, 2023 15 Examples TT Bluescreens Medium 42 pt TT Bluescreens Medium 32 pt Efficient OLEDs using small mole- cules were first developed by Ching W. Tang et al. at Eastman Kodak. The term OLED traditionally refers specifically to this type of device, though the term SM-OLED is in use. Molecules commonly used in OLEDs include organometallic chelates (for example Alq3, used in the organic light-emitting device reported by Tang et al.), fluorescent and phosphorescent dyes and conjugated den - drimers.TT Bluescreens Font Family Type Specimen www.typetype.org TypeType Foundry, 2023 16 Examples TT Bluescreens Medium 24 pt TT Bluescreens Medium 18 pt TT Bluescreens Medium 12 pt TT Bluescreens Medium 8 pt The production of small molecule devices and displays usu- ally involves thermal evaporation in a vacuum. This makes the production process more expensive and of limited use for large-area devices, than other processing techniques. Polymer light-emitting diodes (PLED, P-OLED), also light-emitting polymers (LEP), involve an electroluminescent conductive polymer that emits light when connected to an external voltage. They are used as a thin film for full-spectrum colour displays. Polymer OLEDs are quite efficient and require a relatively small amount of power for the amount of light produced. Vacuum deposition is not a suitable method for forming thin films of polymers. However, polymers can be pro- cessed in solution, and spin coating is a common method of depositing thin polymer films. Researchers report luminescence from a single polymer molecule, representing the smallest possible organic light-emitting diode (OLED) device. Scientists will be able to optimize substances to produce more powerful light emissions. Finally, this work is a first step towards making molecule-sized components that combine electronic and optical properties. This method is more suited to forming large-area films than thermal evaporation. No vacuum is required, and the emissive materials can also be applied on the substrate by a tech - nique derived from commercial inkjet printing. However, as the application of subsequent layers tends to dissolve those already present, formation of multilayer structures is difficult with these methods. The metal cathode may still need to be deposited by thermal evaporation in vacuum. An alternative method to vacuum deposition is to deposit a Langmuir-Blodgett film. Typical polymers used in pleaded displays include derivatives of poly(p-phenylene vinylene) and polyfluorene.TT Bluescreens Font Family Type Specimen www.typetype.org TypeType Foundry, 2023 17 Examples TT Bluescreens Condensed Medium 42 pt TT Bluescreens Condensed Medium 32 pt An electronic visual display, informally a screen, is a dis- play device for presentation of images, text, or video transmitted electronically, without producing a permanent record. Electronic visual displays include television sets, computer monitors, and digital signage. These are the technologies used to create displays in use today. The display in modern monitors is typically an LCD with LED backlight, having by the 2010s replaced CCFL backlit LCDs. Before the mid- 2000s,most monitors used a CRT. Monitors are connected to the com- puter via DisplayPort, HDMI, USB-C, DVI, VGA, or other proprietary connectors and signals. Originally, computer monitors were used for data processing while television sets were used for video.TT Bluescreens Font Family Type Specimen www.typetype.org TypeType Foundry, 2023 18 L O E L A E P N D TT Bluescreens Black 160 ptTT Bluescreens Font Family Type Specimen www.typetype.org TypeType Foundry, 2023 19 Deactivated Activated Tabular Figures Numerators Case Sensitive Scientific Inferiors Denominators Stylistic Alternates Standard Ligatures Fractions Tabular Oldstyle Superscripts Ordinals OpenType features 01234 56789 01234 56789 H01234 56789 ({[ H]} ) H01234 56789 a yIlQJ H01234 56789 H01234 56789 1/2 1/4 1/3 2ao 0123456789 0123456789 H0123456789 ({[ H]}) H0123456789 ayIlQJ H0123456789 H0123456789 ½¼¾ Localization ff fi fl ffi ffl fj ffj fl ffl Ş ş T t ÍJ íj ff fi fl ffi ffl fj ffj fl ffl ? ? ? ? ÍJ íj 2ªº Proportional Oldstyle 01234 56789 0123456789 White Circled Numbers Black Circled Numbers 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 ? ? ? ? ? 1 2 3 4 5 TT Bluescreens Font Family Type Specimen www.typetype.org TypeType Foundry, 2023 20 Stylistic alternates TT Bluescreens font family has a number of sets of stylistic alternatives, which offers alternative glyphs for latin 'I, J, Q, a, l, y' and cyrillic «?, ?» when it's turned on. I will share my future plans with Quincy & John. I will share my future plans with Quincy & John. Default characters Stylistic alternatesTT Bluescreens Font Family Type Specimen www.typetype.org TypeType Foundry, 2023 21 Case sensitive Case sensitive feature shifts various punc- tuation marks up to a position that works better with all-capital sequences or sets of lining figures. Default characters Case sensitive @ «?» 01–02 @ «?» 01–02 TT Bluescreens Font Family Type Specimen www.typetype.org TypeType Foundry, 2023 22 Glyph composition To minimize the number of glyph alternates, it is sometimes desired to decompose a char- acter into two glyphs. Additionally, it may be preferable to compose two characters into a single glyph for better glyph processing. A+°+ ´=? æ+ ´=? ø+ ´=?TT Bluescreens Font Family Type Specimen www.typetype.org TypeType Foundry, 2023 23 Proportional oldstyle Tabular figures Tabular oldstyle The company is leading the world of OLED industry, generating $100.2 million out of the total $475 million revenues in the global OLED market in 2006. As of 2006, it held more than 600 American patents and more than 2800 international patents. This OLED featured the highest resolution at the time, of 6.22 million pixels. This was exceeded in January 2008, when Samsung showcased the world's largest and thinnest OLED TV at the time, at 31 inches (78 cm) and 4.3 mm. The drive circuit was formed by low-temperature polysilicon TFTs. Also, low-molecular organic EL materials were employed. The pixel count of the display is 480 × 272. The contrast ratio is 100,000:1, and the luminance is 200 cd/m2. The colour reproduction range is 100% of the NTSC standard. 12 - 12 12 - 12 12 - 12TT Bluescreens Font Family Type Specimen www.typetype.org TypeType Foundry, 2023 24 About TypeType Contact us TypeType company was founded in 2013 by Ivan Gladkikh, a type designer with a 10-year experience and Alexander Kudryavtsev an experienced manager. In the past 5 years we’ve released more than 40 font families, and the company has turned into a type foundry with a harmonious team. 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Corporate fontDeveloped a font family. 5 heading faces for all visual communication materials and logos. 5 text faces for use on the website and in interfaces.    www.typetype.org trial fonts 11 – 19   6 heading faces to use on the website. 5 text faces to use on the website and in interfaces. 2 monowidth fonts to use within products. › View works www.typetype.org trial fonts 12 – 19Any font you like from the TypeType collection can be adapted to your project by making technical or graphic edits. Customization enables getting an absolutely new font by changing only a few details. With the purchase of large licenses, we carry out customization as a present. Customization www.typetype.org trial fonts 13 – 19   Changes the drawing of the letter ?, making it slightly inclined to the left. Replaced the square points in the drawings of characters and letters «! ? . , ; : … · j i» with round ones. Set the one-storey shape of the letter ? as default and moved the two-storey letter to a stylistic set. True digital www.typetype.org trial fonts 14 – 19› View works    Carried out deep customization. Drew and implemented Vietnamese into the TT Trailers font. Added three sets with “pet-friendly” diacritics for Vietnamese. www.typetype.org trial fonts 15 – 19 PetchoyWith the purchase of a license of a certain price, we carry out font customization for free. from $1000 We embed the logo into the font from $2000 We add the name of the company into the name of the font from $3500 We carry out technical customization Customization www.typetype.org trial fonts 16 – 19Customization www.typetype.org trial fonts 17 – 19 License price Over $1000 Over $2000 Over $3500 Over $4500 Over $10000 Embedding logo into the font Adding company name to the font name Technical customization Graphic customization: adding 3 glyphs Deep customizationwww.typetype.org trial fonts 18 – 19 The TypeType team can deal with any font task! If in this presentation you have not found a topic that interests you, ask us. We love reading letters, answering questions, hosting online meetings, and discussing new projects. 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