Nueton is a serif freeware TrueType font/webfont family created and Copyright 2010 by The Neuton Project Authors.







Nueton is a serif typeface consisting of 6 fonts of 5 various standard weights, and a regular italic. Neuton Italic (filename: "Neuton-Italic.ttf") is the italic style, while the five weights in normal serif style include Neuton ExtraLight (filename: "Neuton-ExtraLight.ttf"), Neuton Light (filename: "Neuton-Light.ttf"), Neuton Regular (filename: "Neuton-Regular.ttf"), Neuton Bold (filename: "Neuton-Bold.ttf"), and Neuton ExtraBold (filename: "Neuton-ExtraBold.ttf"). This digital font family supports uppercase, lowercase, numerals, and punctuation characters.



This TrueType software font package has been released as freeware under the SIL Open Font License and is autorized for use as a web font (#webfont). For more authorized use specifics and/or font package license details, be sure to see the "OFL.txt" text document for more information.





ABOUT THIS FONT (FROM THE AUTHOR):

"Neuton is a clean, dark, somewhat Dutch-inspired serif font which reminds you a little of Times. It has a large height, short extenders, and a compact width for better screen use, and economy of space.



"The family will comprise a regular, italic, and cursive, each in five weights and with smallcaps. Two italics one will be called "italic", and the other "cursive" are uncommon, but very useful. Ever tried emphasizing something already emphasized? Beyond that obvious example, there are other uses.



"Sometimes a text needs a different flavor or feel. While one roman can work for a variety of texts, the companion italics don't always. In more classical or personal documents, a stiff, sober, modern and down-to-earth italic will never work. And in many essays, some of the fancier italics look ridiculous. Who said a roman needs only one companion?"





This font has a home page at Font_Journal at URL:

http://www.Font-Journal.com/fonts/13431/nueton_font_family.php





ABOUT THE AUTHORING FONT DESIGNERS/PROJECT:

The Neuton Project Authors is headed by Brian Zick.



Website?:

http://21326.info







Font Tools:

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Submit Your Font:

Be sure to submit any font you might create or legally modify that we could use here. Any font that has a complete letterset (A-Z, a-z, 0-9 &+~!@#$%^&*()_=-`"':;<>?/|\[{}],.) that is freely distributable would be greatly apprectiated, especially if it is OK for commercial use. We also love fonts that can be used as web fonts. Be sure to use a unicode letterset when you save your work or the font simply won't display right here at Font-Journal. It's our most important requirement.





About Font-Journal:

Font-Journal is a cataloged archive of freeware and shareware fonts that I maintain for my small business, start-up and freelancing clients. I try to collect PC truetype freeware fonts that can be used for commercial purposes, and shareware fonts that can be used for commercial purposes upon registration and/or payment of the shareware fee. I also try to collect freely distributable web fonts of the same variety. The end result is a pretty decent font repository, although I can only work on it in my spare time, which I have little of.



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My portfolio usually needs to be updated, as I always have a ton of projects going and I even like to design my own fonts to offer exclusively through my font respository at Font-Journal. But it is another good way to contact me.



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I started out as an motorcycle racer and mechanic. That didn't work out and I never got in a race car as planned. I wound-up as an illustrator, animator, doing some programming and tech support. Plus I have always been amatuer artist, photographer and videographer. I was designing logos, posters and graphics in college with Illustrator and Photoshop, and wound-up making a website portfolio just afterwards. A few people liked it and I wound-up as a freelance web design studio. Then I expanded into web hosting, then domain name registrations and servers, offering a complete set of webmaster tools as Domain Hostmaster. I then added the Domainance store in an effort to keep .name registrations and transfers available when our vendor dropped it. Site Domains has been added to ensure the best deals between all 3 registrars.



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Nowadays, I am just trying to corner a peice of the domain name registration and website hosting space, offering more for less than most with better customer/technical support. Professional domainers, designers, developers, optimizers and webmasters do like how I keep prices as low as possible and that I add my expertise and value where I can. In my spare time I have other projects, such as designing my own fonts.





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