Coda Pro is a simple but decorative and controlled sans serif design.
Coda literally means ‘tail’ (Italian, from latin cauda) and refers to the way the letters h, m and n stretch below the writing line towards the end of a sentence or before a final stop.
Coda Pro is an elegant and contemporary font suited for display purposes.
Spiggie is a sans-serif, whose name came to me on a Shetland beach. The beach traces a tight curve between the shoreline and the sea paralleled in the fonts controlled yet smooth character.
The design language reaches back to the art deco period and the 1920s, yet retains a distinct modern flavor.
Speyside is a round, curved and controlled sans serif with an additional set of decorated uppercase letters, initials and small caps. It’s appropriate for text, titling and display. The origin of the name is taken from a small location in Tobago. The font is inspired by the local handicraft, the batik in particular.