Vicci Ho is a writer, film programmer and producer. She has written for Variety and worked for film festivals across the globe, including Toronto International Film Festival, Zurich Film Festival and directed the Hong Kong Lesbian & Gay Film Festival.  She is the President of Janitor Interactive: a production company specializing in games.

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I should signal my apologies in advance: 1 - I don't really know how to use Illustrator, so I tried my best to do the design I wanted, but I think I would've done a better job if I was more skillful...

2 - I wish I had more time. Typography is something I am very interested in and honestly, I wish I can have a whole week to focus on this, but let me make it clear (and to remind myself I said this publicly) that I intend to revisit this one day.

So, These are the six fonts I picked out for my name. As my name is quite short and only has 5 letters, with my first name featuring only three, I need to play upon the repetition of the "i" and "c"s, and how it contrast with "V". I also am a big fan of more minimalist design, so I like subtle varieties that can be at once playful and balanced.

Here are the serif fonts:

1. Martell

I like how the "i" serifs look in this font.


bambi bold

More bold, more playful, but still well-balanced. I like the fact dot in the "i" is at the Ascender line but it does not feel awkward.



I slightly italicized this font, and it is similar to Martell, but I like how the terminals differ in this. It is also a narrower font, but compliments well with the kerning. (I did not play with the kerning for this part of the assignment.)

Here are the sans serif fonts:



I love this font. Someone created the font to celebrate Jean-Luc Godard's birthday in 2010 and I am glad I get to use this. Once again, "i" is the stand-out letter in the font.


Brain Flower Euro

This is technically a handwriting font, but I chose it regardless as it is a little different and it abides by the sans-serif rule. If I actually have good handwriting, I would like to write this way.



This font is the most angular of all. It is wide, almost square-like, and in my opinion, most pixel-like font. This is the most playful font I found.

This is all 6 fonts on one page. Unfortunately bambi has no glyphs in its fonts, hence lack of parentheses around the font.

all six fonts.

These are my three expressive words. I hope it conveys what it is trying to do.

Word 1

word shape 2


Documentation - Serial Communication labs

Documentation - week 3