KreativeKorp (also known as Kreative Korporation,
Kreative Software, Kreative Entertainment, and
Kreative Media) is the home of computer software
and the world of Mika City by Rebecca G. Bettencourt.
The SuperIPA keyboard layout
allows you to type characters
from the International Phonetic Alphabet, including diacritics,
using a mapping based on X-SAMPA.
A new, overhauled version of Character Encodings
is now online, and has been updated to Unicode 12.0.
A new version of Constructium
has been released,
adding support for D’ni and Aiha.
is a halfwidth scalable monospace font with wide
coverage of Unicode and support for constructed scripts,
pseudographics and semigraphics, and private use characters.
is a fullwidth scalable monospace font
designed specifically to support pseudographics,
semigraphics, and private use characters.
Celebrating 20 Years of Existence
My very first Kreative endeavor was the world of
"The Electronics" in 1994, featuring the main
characters of Miss Diode and Mr. Transistor.
They were based on an illustration in the manual
for a Radio Shack 30-in-1 Electronic Project Lab,
pictured above. Five years later I established
LTP, which soon became KreativeKorp.