Tact-Type workshop was a part of Typography Day 2017 conference at Colombo, Sri Lanka, in collaboration with the department of Integrated Design, University of Moratuwa. An illustrator, a friend and colleague Ruchi Shah and I were invited to conduct a workshop for design students and professionals at the conference. This collaborative workshop was aimed at combining everyday materials and regional script from that region. We worked with sand, kolam powder, and explored different techniques of creating Sinhalese letterforms. Each group had given surprise elements/objects as a clue to start with, those groups of students had created two-three feet size type installations in Sinhalese and Indic script. These participants were Sri-Lankan and Indian students. Indian students experimented with Letterform whereas Sinhalese students tried to amalgamate meaning of words with type-installation and its execution. The word ‘Sankara’ was written here Sinhalese, later they wiped out the installation to bring out the meaning of the word.