The LifeAfterCollege family of four fonts is based on two styles of Ranger, which are slab-serif, geometric fonts with no curves.
Two are outlines with hollow insides, and two have-filled insides.
WalcomeOne is a simple, informal handwriting font in two weights.
I am not sure exactly how to classify these geometrical ornaments. They resemble the arabesque ornamentation of medieval Islamic art, but also have similarities to Celtic knots and to some Chinese and Korean ornamentation. The bolder of the two only works well at very large point sizes, while the thinner is designed for use at smaller point sizes. There are usually similar ornaments on the same characters of the two, but not always.
Watchmaker was designed with the limitations imposed by a simple LCD that is meant only to display numbers. Most LCD typefaces use some diagonals to make the letters look better. This one does not and from it you can see why a few diagonals are needed to display letters on a LCD. Watchmaker is monospaced and comes in plain and bold weights.
BeneScriptine is an Old English or medieval face that can be used for awards and certificates, which is the major use of this sort of typeface.