Its basic structure is pretty Englishy, with a lot of influence from French and Spanish and Esperanto;
I don't care about ease of learning, but I'm aiming to make it easy to use;
I'm not putting in convoluted rules or grammar, as interesting as that can be, but going more for simplicity;
I'm building the pronunciation to be easy, pretty (by my standards, as all of this is), and unambiguous.
This is the alphabet! I will eventually make a script or two for it, which I'm looking forward to, but I'm also making it typable because that keeps things easy. I put in the sounds I like, left out the ones I didn't, and shifted some letters around to cover them. There are 27 letters, 3 times 3 times 3. Fifteen consonants, three halfvowels (just because I'm not using H at the end of a syllable, I'm lumping it in with Y and W), and nine vowels. When I make the scripts I'll use that to group them, and probably rearrange the order.
k g t d b p v c x s z q n m l h y w a o i u e ei ai au oi
Spelled out, the letters are:
ki gi ti di bi pi vi ci xi si zi qi ni mi li
ha ya wa a o i u e ei ai au oi
Most of the consonants make their English sounds, except:
c sounds like ch
x sounds like sh
q is the ng sound of ring
H (like y and w) doesn't show up at the end of syllables, and q doesn't start any words except its own name.
For the vowels:
a is ah, basic Spanish/French/Esperanto a; when it's unstresed it kinda goes to a schwa.
o is o, basic S/F/E o
i is ee, basic S/F/E i
u is oo, basic S/F/E u
e is e of bet, eh like in Esperanto; only shows up right before a consonant.
ei is ay of day
ai is i of kite
au is ow of now
oi is oi of point
And that's the alphabet and phonology for this yet-unnamed conlang. I will probably name it when something cool-sounding pops into my head. In the meantime... look, it's a thing I did. Duet, ki av heihia.