The IPAPhon family is an attractive typeface with the complete set of
phonetic symbols as set out in the most recent (1995) revision of the International
Phonetic Alphabet (IPA). This phonetic font contains the usual upper- and
lower-case letters, numerals, and punctuation marks, plus the symbols shown
in the picture below.
An advantage of IPAPhon is that you can type ordinary text as well without
having to shift back and forth between two fonts. The family has roman,
italic, and bold fonts. The IPAPhon family also includes the font IPAPhon-Pi,
an extensive collection of proposed symbols for disordered speech and other
less commonly used symbols and diacritics; these are not shown in the chart
- Extensive documentation is included, making it easy to find how to
enter the symbol you need.
Macintosh version of IPAPhon
TrueType fonts and documentation
PostScript fonts and documentation
Windows TrueType version of IPAPhon.