to the Codeless Launch brand.
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If your are reading this, chances are that you are here for the same reason that get us out of the bed every morning – to help people do great things together.
This page is designed to give you an overview of what our brand is all about. Be mindful, be open and remember that creativity always has the right of way.
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Our “signature” mark symbolized the personal attention and touch on every project.
Our hope is that it communicates a sense of balance, clarity and purpose-driven design that we work tirelessly to create.
Unna has a soft look that is expressed through delicate serifs and strong stems, thus accentuating the typical neoclassical vertical texture. The type designer, Jorge de Buen, was inspired to name this design with the surname of his mother.
Muli is a minimalist Sans Serif typeface, designed for both display and text typography. It was initially drawn in 2011 by Vernon Adams and then refined until 2014, adding more weights, support for more Latin languages, tightened the spacing and kerning and made many glyph refinements throughout the family – all based on hundreds of users’ feedback. In 2017 the family was updated by Jacques Le Bailly to complete the work started by Vernon after he passed away, in collaboration with his wife Allison, an artist who holds the trademark on the typeface family name. In August 2019, it was updated with a Variable Font “Weight” axis.
Geometric sans serif typefaces have been a popular design tool ever since these actors took to the world’s stage. Poppins is one of the new comers to this long tradition. With support for the Devanagari and Latin writing systems, it is an internationalist take on the genre. Many of the Latin glyphs (such as the ampersand) are more constructed and rationalist than is typical. The Devanagari design is particularly new, and is the first ever Devanagari typeface with a range of weights in this genre. Just like the Latin, the Devanagari is based on pure geometry, particularly circles. Each letterform is nearly monolinear, with optical corrections applied to stroke joints where necessary to maintain an even typographic color. The Devanagari base character height and the Latin ascender height are equal; Latin capital letters are shorter than the Devanagari characters, and the Latin x-height is set rather high.