Interglossa (also Glossa) Fonts
Interglossa (also known as Glossa) was a constructed language created by British philosopher and writer Olaf Stapledon in the 1940s. It was intended to be a universal auxiliary language, designed to be easy to learn and to use as a common means of communication among speakers of different languages. The Interglossa font was specifically designed for use with the Interglossa language, and the Interglossa orthography was the writing system used to represent the language in written form.
Fonts offered by Fontfabric can be used to write documents, create graphics, and design other materials.
Writing System: Latin script
Alphabetic Writing System: Constructed script
Number of Characters: 26
Alphabet Letter / Character Set: A, a, B, b, C, c, D, d, E, e, F, f, G, g, H, h, I, i, J, j, K, k, L, l, M, m, N, n, O, o, P, p, Q, q, R, r, S, s, T, t, U, u, V, v, W, w, X, x, Y, y, Z, z.
Language Speakers: Unavailable
Country / Areas: International auxiliary language
Typeface Usage: Various business typography uses, such as corporate fonts, branding font styles, labels, product, and packaging fonts, high-performing gaming, and app fonts, more wide-use multimedia, and printer-friendly digital fonts, variable fonts for websites, tablets, software fonts, and any other high-grade professional and personal typeface applications.