The book contains development history of Trinite series.
The reader is provided with detailed descriptions of the legibility, spacing, ligature of the typeface together with explained differences among the variations of the typeface and examples of the actual use of them.
Design and layout by Bram de Does , who designed the typeface. June,1982
"A bookface in three variations designed in association with the firm of Joh. Enchede for Autologic's photosetters"
TriniteĢ comes in tree different versions (and a fourth italic version) with tree different sizes of descenders and ascendersā€”therefor the name Tri-ni-te. All characters without descenders and ascenders are the same in all versions. The typeface is very flexible for typesetting, because you can easily swift from regular to medium and from Roman Wide 1 to Roman Wide 2 without the problem of reflowing. Trinite is also a very legible font, due to the the functionality of the serifs, which pursues a balanced and more harmonious flow for literary works.