Get a squared paper, a digital pen and start creating a personal visual alphabet. It’s not only about letter fonts. There are shapes, empty spaces, coherent issues and more to be aware of. To create a good whole alphabet the most important thing – more than being recognizable – it has to be coherent. It doesn’t mean that each letter has to be identical to one another, but it needs to relate for sure.
Start form any letter you wish, I suggest to begin from a complex one as the “R” but do as you prefer. Once completed the alphabet then try also to accomplish a layout which relates with the visual language of your typography. Combine them. Done!

a personal visual alphabet