Here at Practical Typography you may have noticed the snazzy numbered list bullets:
These are provided by a special font called Concourse Index that I derived from my Concourse family. With OpenType ligatures activated, you get double digits:
The default figures are inside white circles. Other styles are included as OpenType features:
With stylistic set 1, you get white squares.
With stylistic set 2, black circles.
And with stylistic set 3, black squares.
This font is too trivial to charge for. So you can download it for free.
Yes I am. However—
By downloading, you agree to abide by the terms of my standard font license.
This is not an open-source font. Meaning: you can’t redistribute copies (beyond what’s permitted in my license) or use it as the basis of derivative works.
I can’t offer support for Concourse Index unless you’re a paid customer of one of my other fonts.
Download Concourse Index (<200k zip file)