LCD is the work of British designer Alan Birch. The name stands for Liquid Crystal Display, the display technology used in digital watches and clocks, for example. LCD is a good choice when a futuristic, high-tech look is desired.
This futuristic typeface produces the effect of electronic display systems with its white on black and black on white versions. Synchro has many alternative letters and is an excellent choice for work requiring an advanced, high-tech appearance. Created by noted British designer Alan R. Birch.
British designer Alan Birch was inspired by the way type looks on FAX transmissions when he created Bitmax. He began with Helvetica Medium and worked through a process of controlled distortions to create this commanding, high-tech style. Bitmax looks best when used in large display sizes for a limited number of words.