Through its versatile character traits Haptic gains visual warmth and sympathy, but retains its readability nonetheless.
The weights of the Haptic family are carefully balanced to serve many typographic needs.
The rounded, slightly broadened stem heads emphasise the x-height and were adopted from the common ink bleed when writing with ink and pen.
Deep ink traps are not only found in the italic but also in the roman letters.
The letter terminals are either slightly angular or have a convex swing as might be found in analogue writing.
The Haptic family has available true italic forms as well as descenders for f and ß.