The thesis font previously was known as the Parenthesis. The formulation of an eventual font for generalized use was the concept of Lucas de Groot who was a scholar and designer from Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Holland. The idea was conceived in 1989 and acclimatized in 1991. After much hard work and amendments it was finally released in 1994 for common use. Thesis font is widely used nowadays and you can see the font style on small business cards as well as billboards and pamphlets. The thesis font has another excellent feature. The italic form of thesis font is one among the most diverse ones used in the world of typography.
The thesis font is especially designed in a unique style however; other fonts and typefaces are derived from roman numbers and letters. The classic thesis font employs Traditional numerals in the basic face and the basic thesis font and Thesis Office makes use of the Lining and tabular numerals. Thesis Font packages that are demanded most be the users are The Sans Basic, The Mix Basic and The Serif Basic.
These three thesis font packages are arty additions to the thesis font family that is tech friendly and offers handy solutions for augmentations in existing files for example:
- v Optimization in kerning tables
- v Improved display
- v Innovative intonations for capitals and lowercase
The best and most amazing thing about thesis font is that since its release in 1994 there has been no changes or updates offered for a family of fonts so big. There are no big set backs of using thesis font as a standard typeface system however the original thesis font have a few methodological problems like file copying to other computers and absence of standard encoding. Most of the problems users face with thesis font is resolved in recent days.