Dutch creative communications company Spranq has developed an ecofont that they say saves money and helps the environment by using less ink than other fonts.
You can download the font free here. A professional version is also available for large organisations (Spranq will essentially punch holes in your corporate typeface to produce an environmentally-friendlier version).
For people like me who print a lot, this could cut ink consumption considerably – by up to 20%, say Spranq.
Why do I print a lot, you may wonder? Quality control – I find reading the hard copy’s the best way to check texts (especially long or complex ones) for typos, accuracy and fluency.
Thanks to Taccuino di traduzione for the link.
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