Dixplay is a typeface based on a pixel grid, available
in two weights: regular and black. Inspired by the videogame aesthetics of
the 80s, it’s intended for screen use in multimedia and even if it’s not his
primacy application, works fine on paper.
Dixplay has been conceived in 20 pt. size allowing more freedom to manipulate it, making a big difference with other fonts of its kind, this difference becomes more evident in Dixplay Black. Spacing is one of the most outstanding aspects of Dixplay. While pixelfonts doesn't have kerning pairs, Dixplay offers more than 300 kerning pairs manually made that fit perfectly well to the grid. Dixplay is optimized for use with Flash, Imageready, Photoshop, Fireworks, etc.
As its names suggests, Dixplay was conceived for headlines in web pages and multimedia projects. Supports Western European Languages that uses the Latin Alphabet. Optimized for screen use at 20 pt. and its multiples (40, 60, 80 pt., etc.).