Fontifier – Turns Your Handwriting into a Computer Font

November 22, 2011

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Ever try to personalize a letter written on a computer by choosing Lucida or some other hokey script font? And did the letter look hokey?  I thought so. 

It's a simple seven-step process to be able to type letters and documents using your very own handwriting. Fontifier will first present you with an ABC template.  Fill it out in caps and lowercase, then scan, save and upload.  Fontifier will use your handwriting to then create a font that can be downloaded and installed in the font folder on your computer.  Once installed, your handwriting will be as accessible in Office or iWork as Times New Roman.  Frontier points out this is also a great way to preserve your child's handwriting.

If you prefer to create an international font (non English), they have templates for that too.  One of the best features of Fontifier is their new digital signature. Program it (signature) to insert into documents by stroking a simple key from A to Z.

Cost?  Brace yourself… It's a whopping $9. Maybe I should reconsider the $300 House Industries fonts.

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USCJunkie November 23, 2011 at 9:30 pm

Me like it.


William November 24, 2011 at 1:23 am

I've used to make a font with several signatures. Worked like a charm.


Syed Rizvi January 13, 2012 at 10:08 am

very interesting indeed 🙂


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