Branding: a 14 style font-family

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Branding is a sans-serif spurless font-family with a medium-large x- height, slightly wider horizontal proportions, straight curves and convex terminals. This font is well suited for logotypes, isotypes, short text, etc. Branding comes in 7 weights, ranging from thin to black, with matching italics and includes a set of 544 characters that supports 128 different…

Okomito™ Typeface

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Okomito™ is a new sans serif (only medium weight is free downloadable) typeface inspired by the classic typefaces that were imbued with a sense of functionality, boldness and industrial strength. Trade Gothic, Helvetica, Akzidenz Grotesk, Univers and all the great grotesques were the inspirations and influences in creating Okimoto. Flexibility and neutrality are in mind…

Smidswater font family [Free Download]

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Smidswater designed a well-balanced font with subtle characteristics. By employing clever details, they produced a font that is effective in very small sizes (mainly due to the large x-height), but also comes across well in larger formats with its beautiful smooth curves. This sans-serif typeface comes in 7 different styles: Light, Regular, Regular Italic, Condensed, Bold,…

Encode Sans, a free 45 styles super font family

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This gorgeous sans-serif font family includes 5 widths: Compressed, Condensed, Narrow, Normal and Wide and each width comes in 9 weights: Thin, ExtraLight, Light, Regular, Medium, SemiBold, Bold, ExtraBold and Black! This ample range of Widths and Weights will provide web designers with lots of possibilities for creating stunning layouts. Some letters have abrupt asymmetrical…

Fira Sans – Firefox OS Typeface [Free]

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Designed to integrate with the character of the OS, the Fira Sans typeface also aims to cover the legibility needs for a large range of handsets varying in screen quality and rendering. When working with Fira Sans it is recommended that micro font sizes that fall below our guidelines are avoided. The typeface itself was…