We have a set of 200 vector icons which we would like convert to a font file.
The idea behind this conversion is to be able to use the icons as font glyphes (@font-face) in our website.
Check this github project FontAwesome ([url removed, login to view] ) to clearly understand what we expect as the final result.
You will name our font : Fungears-WebFont
Expected deliverables :
- font files (.eot, .svg, .ttf, .woff) - Use [url removed, login to view] for that (free).
- css file : a single CSS file ([url removed, login to view]) containing the CSS font-face declaration and mappings exactly as FontAwesome does for their icons.
/!\ VERY IMPORTANT /!\
Glyphes string mappings will use the same approach as FontAwesome does (\f000, \f001 etc..) and no standard caracters (a, b, c etc..)