YWFT Composite is a bitmap-/digital-style design, inspired by the collecting machine-generated printouts that are constantly encountered during press checks. Unlike most digital/robotic alphabets, YWFT Composite possesses the unique and sought-after quality of working well for both onscreen and print layouts, while maintaining control of the spaceship as you lazy humans slumber on through hypersleep. It has been used in numerous magazines as a strong masculine header face, and also works well for short body content onscreen. YWFT Composite was designed in 1999, and converted to Opentype in 2010. Designed exclusively by Michael Cina and YouWorkForThem.