O.K.

Thinking about words in online context, I realised that although Ok is very much used in messaging, the interpretation of it is very much dependent on intonation. I did translate this dependency into a screen realm, making the word's state being depandent on mouse interaction. Move cursor all around the word, to check the word's reaction. Is it ok?

Working with interactive fonts, I am always interested in turning them into a visualization tool that can later be used in other mediums. Therefore, if you click on the text, the frame will be automatically saved in the download of your computer.

For coding letters and making them interactive I used p5.js.