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Charm website and logo

Contributed by Process Type on Nov 5th, 2021. Artwork published in .
    Charm website and logo 1
    Source: charm.sh License: All Rights Reserved.

    In the realm of the command line, where black and white and monospaced fonts reign, the software group Charm is breathing new life into the terminal. Their mission is to make the command line glamorous and if their website is any testament to what they can bring to your CLI, they are succeeding.

    Christian Rocha is the designer behind Charm’s website and uses Anchor as the primary display face. It is whimsical without being silly, and plump enough to support subtle gradients laid on top. Anchor also makes a home for hypnotic animations of … glowing? chroming? disco? Whatever it is, it’s fantastic. Pay a visit to Charm’s website to see the animations in action.

    Larsseit takes up the role of straight man and handles the body copy and secondary headlines. Code and some other snippets are rendered in JetBrains Mono. The unusual and charming Gabriello is used for Charm’s logo.

    Charm website and logo 2
    Christian Rocha/Charm. License: All Rights Reserved.
    Charm website and logo 3
    Source: charm.sh License: All Rights Reserved.
    Charm website and logo 4
    Christian Rocha/Charm. License: All Rights Reserved.
    Charm website and logo 5
    Christian Rocha/Charm. License: All Rights Reserved.

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    • Gabriello
    • Larsseit
    • JetBrains Mono

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