AfT Spark Visualizes Data by Putting Tiny Charts Into Text

 - Sep 13, 2017
References: aftertheflood.co & designtaxi
This typeface translates tiny charts in text without using code. Data design company After the Flood created a font called AtF Spark to address the problem of incorporating high-level data insights into feeds without Javascript by enabling people to communicate this sort of quantitative information on the web without coding.

Tiny charts in text (or sparklines) are a data visualization tool that increase understanding and the London-based studio want to make them more accessible with their numbers-transforming opentype font. AtF Sparkface turns a series of numbers into a graph in the middle of your sentence and works across a variety of web browsers, Adobe Illustrator, Microsoft Word and other platforms. You can download it for free from their website.