What are variable fonts and why do they exist? For those who don't know what a variable font is, it's a font that encapsulates the entire font family, not just one style or instance.
Look no further because I've created what I feel is a nearly complete list of what font could be used instead of your good ol' Helvetica. In this list you'll find great alternatives that will set your designs apart while keeping that nice and clean Helvetica feel that we like so much.
A lot of people these days are exploring/creating brutalist designs and it definitely brought a breath of fresh air in today's design currents. The brutalist trend touches many areas of the design world from architecture to pieces of furniture, materials, and color palettes, this style seems to have earned a permanent spot on the design trend list.
Spacing and kerning, like letters themselves, are best judged within the context of words set in lines of type. Our eyes take in letters better as words than as random strings of characters.
The Volume 2 is here designers and font lovers!
This one focuses on one of our workhorse typeface — Neue Montreal.
We created a couple of examples/designs to highlight the possible pairings with our other free fonts and hopefully inspire you!