The font was made using Windows95 titlebars as inspiration, redrawing each character pixel by pixel, at times when bitmap fonts were on every desktop, and not by choice. Considering that bitmap fonts are now classified as retro, this probably shows some age.
The Windows font initially was created only to kill time, but the project itself is an important personal learning experience in all its steps, and even if the design doesn’t provides an elaborated understanding of letter building – this is something that I would recommend any time, at least for fun.
At some point this can be considered the martial arts of fonts, where every move is controlled by a rigorous grid.
Windows has language support for .
Windows.zip (282 KB)