Handwritten Notes | Real Pen. Real Ink. Real Impressions.

by Rick Elmore on November 19, 2019

Our mission has always been to help our clients connect to those who matter most in the most genuine way possible. That is why we are so fanatically obsessed with producing a handwritten notes that are 

100% completely indistinguishable from a humans handwriting

Our technology was designed to have the same characteristics of a humans handwriting. The way that the pen writes is so unique that no two letters are alike. We have developed a proprietary mechanical and software technology that allows us to focus on a handwritten letter that is as unique as possible.

There are 4 key aspects that we have focused on to ensure the most authenticity as possible!

4 Key Handwritten Note Features

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Look at the pressure of the strokes 

The first key characteristic is pressure of the pen stroke. The pressure is designed to constantly vary so that the human element can be fully characterized.  

Handwritten size of fonts matters

Handwriting is made up of three types of font zones - or cases - middle, upper and lower. We make sure that each font fully encompasses these characteristics to give you the broadest range of flexibility to produce exactly what your unique style is. 

Everybody has a unique slant to their handwriting

We go as far to design the type of slant and variability that goes into a unique personalized font. We can control everything from the slant of the lettering, slant of the horizontal writing, tight spacing, loose spacing, randomize everything, and much more.

We are passionate about producing the most unique and personalized handwritten letter on your behalf!

Imperfect connecting to show your unique writing style

We even understand that there must be connected letters that each of us likely do from time to time to show an even more human element!

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to reach out to us at sales@simplynoted.com

Also see our Frequently Asked Questions page

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