Like many programmers, David Jonathan Ross had used monospaced fonts for his code. That was before he questioned the convention and answered with a fresh approach for data and programming aesthetics. Input finds inspiration in early computer consoles but looks towards a typographically rich future. The series includes sans-serif, serif and monospaced variants in four widths and seven weights to provide maximum flexibility in displaying code and other text on screens of all sizes and color. Many alternate glyphs for crucial characters like ‘i’ or ‘l’ let you customize the individual appearance of Input via OpenType features. Font Bureau, 2014
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