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Codelia Font Family was designed by Toshi Omagari and published by Tabular Type Foundry. Codelia contains 26 styles and family package options.

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About Codelia Font Family

No matter if you're professional or beginner, your work should be fun. And if you are a coder/programmer, your coding font should be something you enjoy looking for very long time. Square and crisp coding fonts might be easy on the pixels, but are they easy on your eyes? Do they keep you entertained at work?

Codelia is a monospaced humanistic typeface designed for coding with focus on comfort and fun without sacrificing legibility or coding functionality. It's fun but not a joke. Its round shapes are easier on the eyes and make the code look less intimidating. It is not designed to make maximum use of every pixel on screen, but to make you forget about pixels. The italic is full of personality but sober enough to not draw unnecessary attention.

Codelia works great for coding, but also in presentation, education as well as packaging and branding.

Codelia is available in two families, one with coding ligatures and one without; ligatures in the latter are still present in Diescretionary Ligatures feature (dlig).

Designers: Toshi Omagari

Publisher: Tabular Type Foundry

Foundry: Tabular Type Foundry

Design Owner: Tabular Type Foundry

MyFonts debut: Mar 6, 2021


About Tabular Type Foundry

We are a totally tabular foundry. Our founder, Toshi Omagari, is a full-time typeface designer by day. Moreover, he was raised in the Japanese culture whose writing system is monospaced. He is also a massive retro video game fan and has done extensive research on retro arcade game fonts, most of which are monospaced. Nowadays there are foundries with specific focus on certain styles like handwriting and script. One day, he said to himself ‘can a monospace type foundry also be a thing?’, and we came to existence. We strive to make monospace typefaces with unique voice and high quality standards. I’m joking, it’s just one person.