Bradley overcame the rough forms of Bradley Hand with the smoother Bradley Type. He subsequently wanted to further expand his script fonts and create an easily legible font for electronic devices like smartphones and tablets. In the process, the greatest challenges lay in creating letters during the drawing process that appeared relaxed but still fit one another.
He designed the letters himself on paper with a felt-tip marker, a process suggested by the curved ends of the letters. Their flowing but disconnected transitions recall cursive handwriting. This personal accent is characteristic for Bradley Texting and lends the font a certain degree of dynamism and originality.
Bradley Texting is available in the Regular, Semibold and Bold styles and covers the Western European language area.