YWFT Reversion was originally designed in 1997, then completed in working font format in 2002. Reversion is an interesting, electronic, wide and versatile display type design. One of YWFT Reversion’s strengths is its ability to help any design start custom lettering jobs with a basic skeleton. The unique letter approaches in the Broken styles separate YWFT Reversion from any other bitmap/display typeface in this style. YWFT Reversion was used heavily by the design studio WeWorkForThem in the early 2000’s. YWFT Reversion was converted to opentype format in 2010.
YWFT Crossover originally started as custom lettering for branding work in 1998, later developed into font format in 1999. YWFT Crossover functions much like a bitmap font, but contains beautiful details like extra tab lines. These tab lines result in an effect of that found in cross stitch type designs, but YWFT Crossover is more consistent and contains a more digital appearance. YWFT Crossover was converted to opentype format in 2010.