A recurring design decision I have made with these fonts is to make the letters all have the same height, which I refer to as “unicase Shavian” (which is not entirely accurate, since Shavian has no letter case to begin with, but since this makes Shavian look more like all-caps Latin text, I found the term to be apt enough).
However, a glaring problem presents itself when removing the height distinction: the consonant characters 𐑐 𐑚 𐑓 𐑝 and the vowel characters 𐑪 𐑧 𐑨 𐑩 are only distinguished by height, so they have to be distinguished some other way.
I was inspired by this image from one of Kingsley Read’s earlier drafts for what would eventually become Shavian, where he tackled this very same problem of unicase Shavian.
Banter Shavian is a comic-style display font intended for onomatopoeia and yelling. Two versions are available: “Unicase” and “Triline”.
Banter is an unofficial extension of the font Bangers by Vernon Adams, which has been skewed 11° to the left to undo its slant. The user is free to skew it as they wish. Banter also enhances the multilingual support of Bangers, and expands its Latin portion to support countless languages.
Mikado Shavian is a playful rounded font, originally by Hannes Van Döhren. It’s also the standard font for this very webpage! This is an (unauthorized) extension of its Bold weight for the Shavian alphabet.
Impetus Shavian is a bold, industrial display font that adapts the design of Impact by Geoffrey Lee, made famous by its inclusion in the Core Fonts for the Web and its eventual notoriety as the image macro meme font. If you want to make memes in the Shavian alphabet, here's your match!