A license to use the desktop fonts on a limited number of computers, according to the terms of our desktop font license agreement. Fonts may also be embedded in secure PDFs and ePubs. OpenType PS (OTF) font format, compatible with Macintosh, Windows, and other major operating systems.
A license to use the webfonts on one domain at a limited traffic level, according to the terms of our web font license agreement. Upgrades are available if traffic increases. The webfont may be self-hosted on the domain for a one-time license fee. We do not provide hosting or subscription services. We supply WOFF2, WOFF, and EOT font formats, supported by modern browsers.
A license to embed the app fonts in the selected number of mobile app titles on any mobile operating system, according to the terms of our mobile app license agreement. TrueType (TTF) font format.
Round architecture informs Aglet Mono, tempering its rigorous, fixed-width rhythm. Clever strategies offset the lopsided spatial artifacts produced by a monospaced design: the dented sides of A, V, W, v, and w compensate for the absence of kerning. Extroverted f, j, r, and t fill their allotted space with curious hooks, and a brazen g supports the calculated weirdness of some of the other glyphs.
Aglet Mono includes a set of useful symbols and comes in fourteen styles, like its relatives Aglet Slab and Aglet Sans. Minimal Extra Light resembles a wireframe of the characters, and the vocabulary of shapes grows increasingly diverse as the weights approach the bulky embrace of Ultra.
A display face at heart, Aglet Mono also translates well to the more intimate, routine demands of code. Its atmosphere is distinctly industrial and technical, but also unstudied and ad hoc. Aglet Mono is a typeface for people who make stuff, whether headlines or software.