With over 280 glyphs, Roehampton is as versatile as it is stylish. It is comprised of all capital letterforms and uses stylistic variants for the lowercase set. It also includes many stylistic alternates, a few ligatures and multilingual characters.
Roehampton works best at larger sizes, for headlines and titles - have a play with Photoshops different 'anti-aliasing' options in order to get the best results.
- In Photoshop try different 'anti-aliasing' settings for best results.
- Try combining a mixture of uppercase and lowercase letters - it makes the type feel more alive.
- Use the photoshop character panel to change the stylistic alternates and discretionary ligatures.
- All stylistic alternates and ligatures exist on capital letterforms only.