This year I’ve been focusing on quality in my type design over quantity. Switching from Fontlab to Glyphs inspired a lot of new updates to existing typefaces. In fact, that was the easiest way to make the transition – learning a new application by seeing how it handles my old files. But after releasing Didactic (which has made several “best off” and “must have” lists this year) I wanted to create a serif face with even more personality.
I’ve begun to remove much of my work from Creative Market in favor of font sites like MyFonts and YouWorkForThem. Unfortunately those big places take a huge percentage of the font sale, as opposed to self releasing something via Gumroad/Pulley/FetchApp etc. In a perfect world, everyone would buy my fonts right here, on my site. Maybe some day I’ll get there, but in the meantime I need to put my fonts where the people are.