About Keybies Font Family
Keybies is a font that produces an octave of a piano keyboard, with several variations. Type K or k repeatedly into the textbox above to see. The complete instructions are provided in the download file.
One use is to print it in grey and draw big black dots on the relevant keys for chord diagrams, to help children or beginners.
is a trademark of Aah Yes.
About Aah Yes
Aah Yes Fonts presents 10 brand-new and original font families, including Dascari, a funky and informal yet highly-readable font that would suit a large variety of modern graphics situations; and Cabragio which is a curvy font which flows attractively and dynamically, especially in its lower case letters, and is a quite distinct font.
Deltarbo is a conventional medium-heavy sans-serif that has modern clean lines and a slightly "rounded-rectangle" feel for great legibility.
There are two handwriting fonts in this new selection - Write is a fairly neat (perhaps even formal) handwriting font or print, useable for both display and text with clear and well-defined characters, and Dorkihand is genuinely left-handed writing, and veers more towards the grunge style of handwriting.
Tuzonie, Crockstomp and Rappica fall into the "misprinted, degraded or distressed" category, and give varying degrees of degradation to different block types, with internal and external letter-distress being available.
Smeethe manages to look almost out of focus while being both degraded and yet smooth, but not so degraded as to impair its legibility.
Meltifex puts at the user's disposal a full set of melting letters, which drip away at the bottom.
Dascari and Write have been created in an extensive variety of weights and styles.
All Aah Yes's Fonts' font packages contain both TTF or OTF formats, (i.e. both formats are included in the same zip file) and all the fonts are - as you would expect - comprehensively kerned, and contain an extensive selection of accented and non-English characters.
As far as the Font Authors are aware, the invented font names are all quite meaningless, none of them is something unspeakable in Etruscan or Hittite. (But if they are, please let us know.)