Frogurt is a soft, plump, rounded slab serif font full of fun! Its fat curves make me think of frozen yogurt, and I’ve always preferred the shorthand “frogurt” to “fro-yo.”
I was inspired by a 30-year-old hand-carved wooden sign; when I went to try to find a font with a similar look, I couldn’t really find anything soft and funky enough! It was a real Goldilocks situation: that one was too thin, that one’s corners were too sharp, that one’s baseline was too strict. So since I couldn’t find something I liked, I made something I liked!
I gave Frogurt big pillowy slab serifs, a slightly irregular baseline, and just enough tilt and variation to be fun while still keeping things really clean and readable. The outlines are cleaned up and sharp, so Frogurt will work well for both printing and cutting.
Frogurt clocks in with just over 570 glyphs total, including all of the basics (A-Z, a-z, 0-9, and a ton of punctuation), plus over 310 extended Latin characters for language support, and over 50 alternates and ligatures to add some variety and flair. Frogurt is PUA-encoded for easy access to all characters.