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FF Real Font Family.rar
DIN typeface gets its name from Deutsches Institut für Normung (German Institute of Standardization), and it was developed in 1931 from the font created in 1906 by the Preußische Bahnverwaltung (Prussian Railway Administration) for its own use.
Engschrift and Mittelschrift are still used to this day, with only minor changes, and are also used outside of Germany as road signs. Breitschrift was used for locality name signs, but was discontinued. Old signs can still be found occasionally. Since November 1, 2000 german car license plates replaced DIN with a specially designed anti-forgery font (FE-Schrift).
Before the german reunification, DIN was the standard authority in West Germany, so DIN 1451 was a West German standard. The East German standard counterpart was TGL 0-1451 and this is the font modeled after that standard. Created by Peter Wiegel.
Here is slightly tapered very good quality Cyrillic Grotesk. Nevertheless, the aesthetics of monospaced fonts of the era of early computers and text editors has long been popular with graphic designers. However, the beauty of San Francisco is that it retains its clarity even with a small size, as well. So, the personality that this neat typeface embodies is enough to liven up your presentation. It will add brightness without distracting from the essence.
Among the Google fonts, you can find a free alternative to almost every premium typeface, such as Futura font or similar. The fonts available in the catalog also increase web page speed. This is achieved thanks to cross-site caching. Just load a font once and it will be accessible to any website that uses Google fonts.
Helvetica is a Sans Serif font, with a quite old history dating back to the year 1961, available for up to 80 languages. Open Sans is a free font alternative from Google that you can use instead of Helvetica. It was designed by Steve Matteson and contains about 900 characters, including Cyrillic and Greek.
Created by Steve Matteson, this modern Helvetica Google font alternative is great as far as on-screen readability goes and allows developers to solve cross-platform document portability problems. Characters in Arimo are just a bit taller than those in Helvetica web font. This sans serif typeface comes in 4 weights and includes italics.
Yet another of the Google fonts similar to Helvetica. Conceived and brought to life by Wei Huang from Australia, this sans-serif typeface is all the rage in the web design community at the moment. 9 weights plus italics are available for Work Sans users. You can also use WS as a variable font.
This Futura Google fonts alternative is a perfect fit for use in cutting-edge mobile and web apps as well as a decent substitution for Futura font in headings. The most distincitve feature of this typeface is its clear geometry. It originally offered 3 weights, but around a year ago (June 2021) was changed to a variable font.
This Futura font Google alternative comes in only one weight and shines in headlines and body text on websites. The typeface also features tablular figures as numbers, which makes its particularly suitable for use in forms and tables. You will also notice that Questrial is a wider font in comparison with its premium counterpart.
Adobe Caslon was designed by Carol Twombly in 1990 based on the legacy of William Caslon. It can be applied to text from 6 pt to 15-point. For larger font sizes from 18 point or higher, Big Caslon font is used. It was created by Matthew Carter in 1994.
FF DIN is a best-selling typeface created by Dutch type designer Albert-Jan Pool, and includes almost 60 styles. Roboto is a Google alternative that can replace the DIN font. Designed by Christian Robertson, Roboto has mostly geometric forms.