Informal Math is a family of fanciful fonts loosely based on
the Adobe's Tekton^{(TM)} family.
Tekton^{(TM)} family
are fanciful fonts which belong to fonts imitating
handwritten text. Tekton was designed by David Siegel based on the lettering
of San Francisco architect Frank Ching.
Fonts of the Tekton family have equal in width stems with decorative
lumps instead of serifs. These fonts are usually applied for
printing of informal texts, fanciful messages and callouts.
Informal Math comprises the fonts necessary for mathematical typesetting
(math italics, math symbols and extensions) in normal weight, as
well as OT1
encoded text fonts of upright and oblique shapes.
Additionally this collection provides necessary files for
using the fonts with plain TeX, LaTeX 2.09 and LaTeX 2e.
Suggested use: Announcements, Fliers, Presentations, Web Publishing.
For conventional articles, reports, books consider
TM Math or
HV Math.
First released in April 1999.
Current version 1.0
