In order to guarantee a seamless reading experience, classic typographically correct old-style figures are employed.
Most serif fonts come with fi and fl ligatures as standard, but for truly smooth reading, we take into consideration additional letter combinations that other typesetters may brush aside.
We take care of adjusting kerning pairs whenever necessary, particularly between roman/italic letter combinations
True Small Caps
When relevant, we always choose to use a typeface with true small caps, never faux caps.
Rather than simply using anaemic superscript characters, we methodically select fonts that have true superiors drawn. This is especially important for books that include note references.
When choosing the ideal font for a manuscript that includes footnotes, we mindfully pick a typeface with an optical weight for smaller text to maintain the aesthetics of the page.
Optical Margin Alignment
In order to maintain a visually straight right margin, the manuscript is typeset using optical margin alignment
We choose typefaces according to any specialized sorts that are required. In addition to this, we also have expertise in Biblical Hebrew typography.
We use specialised automated software to make the process of inputting corrections exceptionally efficient and accurate.
By using a variety of commercial scripts and plug-ins, alongside our own customised tools, we guarantee a fast turn around and consistently superior results.