In a script font, you need a bunch of alternative glyphs for certain positions, and the right OpenType features to trigger them when needed. Read on how to do it.
The final figure frontier: superscript, subscript and scientific subscript figures. Read on how to implement those.
Add numerators, denominators and a fraction slash to your font, and you can type any fraction you want.
In recent years, people have been adding small-cap figures to their fonts. Here’s how to do that in Glyphs.
Quick tip: how to add a slashed zero to your font.
Tabular and proportional, old-style and lining figures. Here’s how to make them.
Glyphs provides a smart way to add your own contextual kerning in a separate OpenType feature lookup. Read here how. Disclaimer: advanced stuff again.
How to do ligatures. It’s easy. Try it.
Have variations of a letter? Put them into a stylistic set!
In Catalonia, you will sometimes see a dot in mid air between two L’s. Here is why, and how to implement it in your font.