Mike Rohde, author of the Sketchnote Handbook and recent MPU Guest, just released the font he created for his book. In my opinion, 99% of all "handwriting" fonts look terrible. Mike's font fits in the 1%. There is even a web-friendly Typekit version. I plan on putting this font to use as well. For instance, this font is perfect for a Keynote presentation that I want to make feel informal. I'm also not beyond printing out a note card with this font and signing it, as if my printing were this good.
Today I received several notes about monospaced fonts following yesterday's post. Here are some more great monospaced fonts.
There is a Google Web font version of Inconsolata with bold. I've already upgraded.
via Luca Soldaini
This is a free font from Adobe and I'm really liking it. I'm trying it right now in Byword.
via Andy Taylor
This is the font used in iA Writer and a lot of people love it. It costs €39.
also via Andy Taylor
Okay. I think monospaced fonts are out of my system now, for awhile.