I used to digitise and design fonts. Here are three:
I did some freelance design work at the Radio Times, the BBC’s TV and radio listings magazines. One of my jobs was to take the custom drawn swash caps of their display typeface and make it into a font that could be used in layout software.
For a conference countdown animation, I desgned a typeface that could be implimented using a LCD display. A few years later, someone from Otis emailed to say that he downloaded it as part of research into typefaces that could be used in lift displays.
I made this one by blurring the edges of a typeface in Photoshop, tracing the edges and turning the resulting outlines into a new typeface. I made the spacing between the letters deliberately odd.
Download them from here.