What is the Modula™ font?
Modula was the first high resolution headline face that Zuzana Licko designed with the Macintosh computer. In 1985, the computer was very crude as far as being able to produce subtle curves, but it was outstanding at producing perfect geometric elements. As a guide, she used the proportions of her earlier Emperor Fifteen bitmap design and applied the precision of the computer’s geometric elements.
See also Modula Round and Ribbed.
Greek version by Dimitris Arvanitis.
Modula™ Font families
The Modula™ includes the following font families:
- Modula Sans Regular
- Modula Sans Bold
- Modula Sans Black
- Modula Serif Regular
- Modula Serif Bold
- Modula Serif Black
- Modula Tall
Here is a preview of how Modula™ will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.