In this article I review the Computer Says No font by Christian Munk.
You will learn what Computer Says No font look like, its main details, where to use and where to download it from.
If you like this font, make sure you check how you can use it to create a geeky Valentine’s Day card on Canva.
Computer Says No is a font created by Christian Munk and first posted onFontstruct.com.
The name of the font comes from a British TV programme called Little Britain.
The sentence is widely used in British culture to refer to customer service representatives who rely on information stored on computers to make decisions and deal with the general public.
Yes, it is free under the Creative Commons license.
The font is available for download from the following websites:
The font is also available on Canva.
|Font Family||Computer Says No|
|Number of Gliphs||2,692|
|Unicode Blocks||Basic Latin
Spacing Modifier Letters
Greek and Coptic
Phonetic Extensions Supplement
Latin Extended Additional
Superscripts and Subscripts
Alphabetic Presentation Forms