Last week I posted “Use the best available braille” as an intro to an online braille generator I wrote. This sparked off a conversation with a friend about the possibility of interpreting braille upside-down. Writing an ambigram in braille sounded like a neat idea.
Use the best available braille
Unicode character support in fonts beyond the standard “western” letters and punctuation is a wild and largely unexplored territory. Font designers can be a little more free and have a little more fun because those characters are so rarely used. After all, how often do you “type in” a letter that’s not on your keyboard? … Continue reading Use the best available braille
Moleskine code sheet
Of course, I wrote an iPhone app to keep code sheet references handy, but sometimes I want paper code sheets.