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by Allan Haley

Rounded sans serif typefaces carry the authority and clarity of typical sans – and add a sense of approachability. They are not “cute” – but they are amiable. Rounded sans also maintain all the legibility of their more traditionally designed brethren while being more personable.

Sans serif typefaces have been the mainstay for branding, signage, wayfinding, and advertising for well over a century. While the story is told that early designs were called “grotesques” because they were perceived as, well, ugly; sans serifs have firmly established themselves in the typographic pantheon as straightforward, no-nonsense graphic communicators. Recently, however, rounded sans have become popular alternatives as more friendly – more human – typographic spokespeople. Everything from logos to ad campaigns have benefited from these affable designs.

Creating a rounded sans serif typeface, however, is not an easy task. It entails much more than rounding off the edges of stroke terminals. In some instances stroke lengths must be lengthened to look correct, while in other cases they must be shortened for the same reason. Small parts of characters, like the ear of a ‘g’ or flag of an ‘r,’ may also need to be adjusted. The list goes on.

Designed by Akira Kobayashi, Avenir Next Rounded is the third generation of Adrian Frutiger’s Avenir typeface. Although a consistently popular and exceptionally versatile design, Kobayashi saw the potential for a new, softer interpretation of the Avenir Next characters. The rounded terminals he incorporated into the design infuse it with a more complex – and genial – quality. Kobayashi has maintained the modified geometric structure of Frutiger’s original design, and added to it a softness that transforms the typeface.

As an additional benefit, you can save over 75% on the entire Avenir Next Rounded family until January 15th. Be one of the first 1000 customers to purchase and you can get the entire Avenir Next Rounded for only $99. Make sure to take advantage of this promotion before it expires or sells out!

Allan Haley
Allan Haley is Director of Words & Letters at Monotype Imaging. Here he is responsible for strategic planning and creative implementation of just about everything related to typeface designs.



by Johnathan Zsittnik

By now, you may have heard of our SkyFonts service. If not, SkyFonts is a first-of-its-kind font rental service that allows you to try fonts for a few minutes for free, or rent fonts using credits for a day or a month. SkyFonts was created with two primary goals. First, we wanted to provide designers with a better way to experiment with type before making a purchase. Second, we wanted to introduce a rental model that would allow designers to pay for type only as long as they needed it.

SkyFonts debuted in private beta last month and the feedback has been incredibly enthusiastic and positive. You’ve expressed interest in both trialing and renting fonts through SkyFonts and we’re excited to unveil new features and font releases that will improve both aspects of the service. We’ve accepted over 1,000 participants into the beta – just a fraction of the applicants. We’ve kept the test group small to allow us to keep up with the feedback. But if you’re still waiting to get in, good news awaits! We’re preparing to open the proverbial floodgates on the beta. Stay tuned to your inbox. Your invite isn’t far off.

Rent Avenir fonts on SkyFontsWe have even better news for those already participating in the SkyFonts beta. We’ve just released over 350 fonts to the service giving us a selection of more than 2,000 quality fonts. We pulled some of the biggest names from our Monotype and Linotype collections, so you’ll see some familiar faces. Highlights include Monotype’s Abadi, Neo Sans, Rockwell and Soho families and Linotype’s Avenir, Eurostile, Frutiger and Univers designs.

Visit SkyFonts.com to sign up for the free beta and to try your hand at renting fonts.

Allan Haley
Johnathan Zsittnik is the eCommerce Marketing Manager at Monotype Imaging. Johnathan holds both a bachelor’s degree in marketing and a master’s degree in business administration from Bentley University.



by Chris Roberts

Here’s a ranked listing of Fonts.com Web Fonts’ top 100 most used Web fonts for July 2012:

Neue Helvetica
Futura
Trade Gothic
Neue Frutiger
Avenir Next
Frutiger
Helvetica
Avenir
Gill Sans
DIN Next
Univers
ITC Avant Garde Gothic
PMN Caecilia
New Century Schoolbook
Neo Sans
Trade Gothic Next
Linotype Univers
Memo
Times
Frutiger Next
Harmonia Sans
Arial
Neue Helvetica Arabic
Garamond 3
DIN 1451
Linotype Didot
ITC Officina Sans
VAG Rounded
Twentieth Century
Slate
Monotype News Gothic
Yakout
Frutiger Serif
Century Gothic
Soho
Bauer Bodoni
Rockwell
Sackers Gothic
ITC Lubalin Graph
Glypha
Calibri
Soho Gothic
Eurostile LT
ITC Garamond
Aachen
Laurentian
MHei
Egyptian Slate
Agilita
Plate Gothic MT
Optima
ITC Franklin Gothic
Heisei Kaku Gothic
Cachet
Plantin
Clearface Gothic MT
Clarendon
Monotype Garamond
Futura T
Akko
ITC American Typewriter
M Hei Simplified Chinese
ITC Conduit
Serifa
ITC Officina Serif
Klint
Abadi
Monotype Grotesque
ITC Stone Informal
ITC Legacy Serif
M Hei Traditional Chinese
News Gothic
Stymie
Neue Helvetica eText
TB Kaku Gothic
FB Cham Blue
Neuzeit Office
Neue Haas Grotesk
Ocean Sans
Amasis
Monotype Modern
Eurostile Next
Camphor
Bell
Adelle
MSung
Baskerville
ITC Franklin
Georgia
Bembo
Gazette
Consolas
Andale Mono
Droid Sans Mono
Museo
Calvert
P22 Underground
Wiesbaden Swing
Rotis Sans Serif
Mitra


by Chris Roberts

Here’s a ranked listing of Fonts.com Web Fonts’ top 100 most used Web fonts for June 2012:

Neue Helvetica
Trade Gothic
Futura
Frutiger
Gill Sans
Avenir
Helvetica
DIN Next
Univers
ITC Avant Garde Gothic
Neue Frutiger
Avenir Next
New Century Schoolbook
PMN Caecilia
Trade Gothic Next
Linotype Univers
Neo Sans
Times
Neue Helvetica Arabic
DIN 1451
Linotype Didot
Arial
Frutiger Next
Harmonia Sans
Slate
VAG Rounded
Garamond 3
Memo
Yakout
Monotype News Gothic
Soho
Bauer Bodoni
Frutiger Serif
Sackers Gothic
Laurentian
ITC Officina Sans
Rockwell
Gothic
Futura T
Heisei Kaku Gothic
Cachet
Eurostile LT
Glypha
Soho Gothic
ITC Franklin Gothic
Akko
Century Gothic
Egyptian Slate
ITC Lubalin Graph
Plate Gothic MT
Monotype Grotesque
ITC Legacy Serif
Monotype Garamond
Calibri
Optima
Museo
Plantin
Neue Helvetica eText
Adelle
Neue Haas Grotesk
ITC Officina Serif
Clarendon
Aachen
Ocean Sans
News Gothic
ITC Stone Informal
Amasis
ITC Garamond
Consolas
Andale Mono
Droid Sans Mono
Bell
Monotype Modern
Klint
Azbuka
ITC Conduit
ITC American Typewriter
ITC Franklin
Wiesbaden Swing
MYuppy
Baskerville
Impact
Eurostile Next
Georgia
Linotype Feltpen
Camphor
Mitra
Gazette
P22 Underground
ITC Caslon No. 224
Calvert
Bembo
Rotis Sans Serif
Neuzeit Office
Memphis
Serifa
Agilita
Abadi
Janson Text
Loft


by Ryan Arruda

With products available in over 130 countries, Grohe AG is one of the world’s largest designer-manufacturers of kitchen and bathroom fixtures.

The company’s website is set in Linotype’s Univers® typeface family, itself a watershed milestone of typographic design, crafted by Adrian Frutiger beginning in 1954.

Throughout their site, Grohe utilizes the thin, light, roman, and medium weights of Univers. The use of these specific weights (out of the family’s 44 choices) is quite suited to complement Grohe’s products – both espouse qualities of lightness and clarity, remaining aesthetic without being intrusive.


by Chris Roberts

Here’s a ranked listing of Fonts.com Web Fonts’ top 100 most used Web fonts for April 2012:

Neue Helvetica
Trade Gothic
DIN Next
Futura
Frutiger
Avenir
Helvetica
ITC Avant Garde Gothic
Trade Gothic Next
Neue Frutiger
Gill Sans
Univers
New Century Schoolbook
DIN 1451
PMN Caecilia
ITC Lubalin Graph
Neo Sans
Avenir Next
Linotype Didot
Frutiger Next
Monotype News Gothic
Slate
Futura T
VAG Rounded
Linotype Univers
Harmonia Sans
Garamond 3
Camphor
Gothic
Heisei Kaku Gothic
Bauer Bodoni
Soho
Rockwell
Laurentian
Soho Gothic
Eurostile LT
Glypha
News Gothic
Plantin
ITC Franklin Gothic
Sackers Gothic
Egyptian Slate
Clarendon
Century Gothic
Cachet
FB Han Gothic
Ocean Sans
Plate Gothic MT
ITC Officina Sans
Monotype Grotesque
MYuppy
Gill Sans Infant
Charlotte Sans
Neue Helvetica eText
Bell
ITC American Typewriter
Arial
ITC Blair
ITC Franklin
Bembo
Optima
Monotype Modern
Calvert
Eurostile Next
Wiesbaden Swing
Aachen
ITC Garamond
Neuzeit Office
Mitra
Baskerville
Amasis
Abadi
Adelle
Neo Tech
ITC Kabel
Serifa
ITC Conduit
Monotype Garamond
Walbaum
Klint
ITC Officina Serif
Impact
ITC Bailey Sans
URW Franklin Gothic
Bell Centennial
Akko
ITC Stone Sans
ITC Caslon No. 224
Tahoma
Basic Commercial
Museo
Linotype Feltpen
Rotis Sans Serif
Siseriff
Figural
Droid Sans
Mundo Sans
TB Kaku Gothic
Times
Bodoni LT


by Johnathan Zsittnik

Today we unveil a brand new Fonts.com. If you’re a regular reader of the Fonts.com blog, you’ve probably already noticed a new aesthetic right here. The actual site offers plenty more to take in: In addition to a revamped design, you’ll discover additional ways to browse and search for fonts, fresh approaches to UI, and loads more typographic imagery. Despite all that’s new, the story of this site actually dates back quite a while.

In mid-2010, we took stock of the existing Fonts.com and drew up a lengthy list of areas to improve. Our wishlist included changes to the overall aesthetic, the organization of articles and other content, the way our products were presented and the tools we provide for discovering and trying fonts. In short: it was time to redesign.

We approached Happy Cog to help at the end of 2010. We’re big fans of executive creative director and renowned standards proponent Jeffrey Zeldman. So, the decision to work with his agency was an easy one. Jeffrey, Creative Director Chris Cashdollar and others from the Happy Cog team came out for a kickoff meeting in January of 2011. The Happy Cog team posed challenging questions regarding our vision for the new Fonts.com. ‘Should content focus more on searching or exploration and inspiration.’ While there were no easy answers, the ensuing conversation shaped the direction of the redesign and let us know it was a good fit between agency and client.

We came out of that initial kickoff meeting inspired and charged up with the following objectives and vision for Fonts.com:

  • Create a new Fonts.com home page featuring inspiring executions of fonts, an increased focus on search, and thoughtfully chosen interfaces that balance the most popular purchases, new and promoted products, and original content that is compelling and educational.
  • Integrate the Web font service into the Fonts.com experience.
  • Offer an improved search experience that makes smart choices about what to present and when, using the latest techniques for increasing engagement and conversion including things such as suggestive search and faceted results.
  • Release a re-envisioned font browsing experience, that focuses on font presentation, decreases steps to experimenting and purchasing type.
  • Refine the structure of content types to make it more accessible without getting in the way of getting to font products.
  • Tightly integrate social features.

An intense collaboration ensued, taking us from the objectives stated above, to sitemap, to wireframes, to the creation of the primary visual design elements to page design and eventually to the site we premier today.

With that, let’s take a tour of the new Fonts.com.

Home: Modernized aesthetics; loads of real estate for type

Fonts.com Inspiration

We think you’ll agree – the new Fonts.com homepage makes an impression. Big, bold type showings demonstrate type in use and provide in-depth looks of families. The stage premiers with showcases of Massif – a new design by our own Steve Matteson in addition to showings of the Akko, Gibson and Salvo Sans families. Hero images were designed by Monotype Imaging creative director Dennis Michael Dimos (Massif) as well as external designers Bethany Heck (Akko), Mark Weaver (Gibson) and Naz Hamid (Salvo Sans). Keep an eye on this area as we’ll rotate in fresh new showings from graphic designers and type designers on a regular basis. Beyond the hero images lies a variety of type showcases and discovery tools. Explore rich previews of hot new releases and established designs through the best selling new fonts and featured font sections. The “Find Your Type controls” allow you to search, browse, or identify fonts without ever leaving home. You’ll also find a selection of the latest articles on Fonts.com. We’ve always put out great, informative and educational content, but now the best content is far easier to find.

The decision to incorporate Web fonts for all of the type was an easy one. Picking the typefaces families and optimizing the fonts for the Web took a little more time.

“We really enjoyed working with the type and implementing it through the Fonts.com Web Font service,” said Christopher Cashdollar, creative director at Happy Cog. “We were able to implement a smart, legible and well-structured type system using the Neue Frutiger and Frutiger Serif families. We knew we could trust the integrity of the type because of the level of scrutiny that Monotype Imaging puts into the screen optimization of its fonts.”

Search: Sort, Filter and Discover; Desktop fonts and Web fonts Side by Side
Our new search results pages introduces sorting and filtering options that will help you navigate through our vast inventory and zero in on the design of your choice. Oh yeah, typefaces results are (finally) grouped by family.

As I mentioned, integrating our Web font service into Fonts.com was a primary goal of the redesign. The new search results page is just one place where you can find desktop fonts alongside side of Web fonts. Our search tools will return results for desktop fonts, Web fonts and articles. When you rollover a family that’s available as a Web font, a control will display that will allow you to add it to a project right from the search results page.

Family pages: Try, learn and share

Our new family pages feature a prominent showing. We’ve hand designed showings for many top families and will continue to expand this inventory over time. But we’re also counting on you. Showcase your design skills by designing and submitting images for your favorite typefaces.  Just click the ‘+’ to add your work to our gallery.

These robust new family pages gather all of the family members in one place. Type historians will appreciate the detailed descriptions – available for many of our most popular and newest families. And font enthusiasts of all kinds will enjoy rating and sharing their opinions with the Fonts.com community and through social avenues.

Cart: Quick, convenient shopping

The new Fonts.com features a mini shopping cart that is accessible from the header nav of every page. Click the shopping cart to view or delete products in your cart, without leaving the current page. This is convenient for those working their way through a lengthy shopping list and those with items remaining in their cart from a previous visit to Fonts.com.

Manage Web Fonts: Your new Web font command center

Fonts.com Web Fonts subscribers will notice a dramatically different set of controls for managing their Web fonts projects. Our new Manage Web Fonts page acts as a dashboard, providing virtually everything you need to build, edit, deploy and share Fonts.com Web Fonts projects.

Learn About Fonts & Typography: Even more great, educational content

Fonts.com FontologyLearn About Fonts & Typography is home to the original content we produce. Here you’ll find a new series called Fontology – an ever-expanding academic resource for educational institutions, design students and those with an interest in the typographic arts. This section is also home to the Fonts.com blog which features topical content that will keep you up to speed with the latest from Fonts.com and the type design community. Lastly, our popular series, For Your Typographic Information, lives on within Learn About Fonts & Typography. This longstanding series remain an excellent source for those in search of typographic tips and tricks.

Best Sellers: Insight into typographic trends

If you’re curious to know what’s hot, look no further than our best sellers pages. View the New Best Sellers page for a look at the top new releases or the All Best Sellers page to see the typefaces whose popularity has stood the test of time. For further looks into what’s trending, note that you can sort search results by popularity. You can also access the highest rated typefaces (as determined by your ratings submitted on family pages) through the “Find Your Type controls” on the home page.

Fonts.com Best Selling Fonts

FontGazer: Try thousands of fonts directly in Adobe InDesign
The new Fonts.com isn’t the only thing in beta.  As you may have seen, we recently announced FontGazer – a free InDesign plug-in that allows you to browse, try, and buy fonts from Fonts.com directly from Adobe® InDesign®. Download FontGazer and be sure to let us know what you think by sharing your raves, gripes and feature requests in the FontGazer Feedback Forum.

Fonts.com FontGazer

If you’d like a more interactive tour, you can check out this video. It will give you a more detailed look at many of the features described above, plus many more — including an overview of how to manage your Fonts.com Web Fonts projects on the new site.

The new Fonts.com is out. But that doesn’t mean we’re done. We’re hard at work on additional enhancements that will arrive during and after beta. In the meantime, we want to know what else you’d like to see. We’re not there yet, but you can help us make Fonts.com everything you want it to be. If you notice something that’s missing or that can be improved upon – let us know. See something you like? We want to know. Click the red feedback bar on the side of the site to share your thoughts.

Now get out there on the new Fonts.com, and find your type.

Johnathan Zsittnik
Johnathan Zsittnik is the eCommerce Marketing Manager at Monotype Imaging. Johnathan holds both a bachelor’s degree in marketing and a master’s degree in business administration from Bentley University.



by Chris Roberts

Here’s a ranked listing of Fonts.com Web Fonts’ top 100 most used Web fonts for March 2012:

Trade Gothic
Neue Helvetica
DIN Next
Futura
Avenir
Frutiger
Helvetica
Trade Gothic Next
Gill Sans
New Century Schoolbook
Neue Frutiger
Univers
PMN Caecilia
ITC Avant Garde Gothic
DIN 1451
ITC Lubalin Graph
Avenir Next
Neo Sans
Camphor
Futura T
Heisei Kaku Gothic
Linotype Didot
Monotype News Gothic
VAG Rounded
Harmonia Sans
Garamond 3
Soho Gothic
Gothic
Frutiger Next
Slate
Baskerville
FB Han Gothic
Bauer Bodoni
Linotype Univers
Soho
Laurentian
Rockwell
Neue Helvetica eText
Eurostile LT
Sackers Gothic
ITC Franklin Gothic
Egyptian Slate
News Gothic
Gill Sans Infant
Charlotte Sans
Clarendon
Glypha
Ocean Sans
Cachet
Plantin
Century Gothic
Plate Gothic MT
ITC Officina Sans
Bell
MYuppy
Eurostile Next
Monotype Grotesque
URW Franklin Gothic
ITC American Typewriter
Calvert
ITC Franklin
MSung
Adelle
Impact
Bembo
Abadi
ITC Bailey Sans
Wiesbaden Swing
Mitra
Amasis
Serifa
Klint
Optima
ITC Kabel
Neuzeit Office
ITC Adderville
Goudy
ITC Conduit
Walbaum
Fette Engschrift DIN 1451
Akko
ITC Officina Serif
Monotype Modern
Basic Commercial
Tahoma
Rotis Sans Serif
Neo Tech
Arial
Caslon
ITC Stone Sans
Georgia Pro
Times
Nazanin
ITC Caslon No. 224
Palatino
Alternate Gothic
New Caledonia
Neue Haas Grotesk
Monotype Garamond
Basilia


by Chris Roberts

Here’s a ranked listing of Fonts.com Web Fonts’ top 100 most used Web fonts for January 2012:

Futura® Bold
Neue Helvetica® 45 Light
Neue Helvetica® 35 Thin
Neue Helvetica® 55 Roman
Neue Helvetica® 75 Bold
Univers® 57 Condensed
Garamond 3 Regular
Bauer Bodoni® Black Italic
Garamond 3 Italic
Avenir® 85 Heavy
Neue Helvetica® 46 Light Italic
Avenir® 35 Light
Helvetica® Condensed Bold
DIN 1451 Engschrift
Futura® Bold Condensed Oblique
Sackers™ Gothic Heavy
Sackers™ Gothic Medium
Futura® Medium
Neue Helvetica® 25 Ultra Light
Linotype Didot® Bold
Linotype Didot® Italic
Avenir® 65 Medium
Linotype Didot® Roman
Avenir® 95 Black
Trade Gothic® Bold
Trade Gothic® Condensed Bold #20
Avenir® 55 Roman
DIN Next™ Condensed Bold
Neue Helvetica® 77 Condensed Bold
Laurentian™ Semi Bold Italic
Linotype Univers® 620 Condensed Bold
Trade Gothic® Roman
Neue Helvetica® 65 Medium
Futura® Book
Neue Helvetica® 47 Condensed Light
Linotype Univers® 420 Condensed
Futura® Heavy
Avenir® 45 Book
ITC Avant Garde Gothic® Book
DIN Next™ Bold
Trade Gothic® Bold #2
Linotype Univers® 320 Condensed Light, Extended
PMN Caecilia® 75 Bold
Univers® 47 Condensed Light Oblique, Extended
Neue Helvetica® 77 Condensed Bold, Extended
PMN Caecilia® 85 Heavy
PMN Caecilia® 76 Bold Italic
Trade Gothic® Condensed #18
Futura® Bold Condensed
Futura® Medium Condensed
VAG Rounded™ Bold
DIN Next™ Regular
Monotype Grotesque® Condensed
Neue Helvetica® 37 Condensed Thin
Neue Helvetica® 45 Light, Extended
Neuzeit® Office Bold
Neuzeit® Office Regular, Extended
ITC Avant Garde Gothic® Medium
DIN Next™ Condensed Regular, Extended
Neue Helvetica® 63 Extended Medium
Neue Helvetica® 65 Medium, Extended
Neue Frutiger® Light
Neue Frutiger® Book
Helvetica® Bold
ITC Avant Garde Gothic® Bold
Neue Frutiger® Bold
Trade Gothic® Condensed Bold #20, Extended
Soho® Regular
Trade Gothic® Bold, Extended
Neue Helvetica® 55 Roman, Extended
Neue Helvetica® 67 Condensed Medium
Univers® 67 Condensed Bold Oblique
Soho® Bold Italic
VAG Rounded™ Light
Helvetica® Bold, Extended
Gill Sans® Book
Neue Helvetica® 53 Extended, Extended
Neue Helvetica® 57 Condensed
Neue Helvetica® 73 Extended Bold, Extended
Baskerville Italic
Frutiger® 65 Bold
Helvetica® Condensed Light, Extended
Neue Helvetica® 67 Condensed Medium, Extended
Helvetica® Rounded Bold
Trade Gothic® Condensed #18, Extended
Neue Helvetica® 87 Condensed Heavy
Rockwell® Bold
Avenir® 55 Roman, Extended
Nazanin® Bold
ITC Avant Garde Gothic® Demi
Cachet™ Medium
Clearface Gothic™ 55 Roman
Clearface Gothic™ 45 Light
Helvetica® Light, Extended
DIN Next™ Medium
VAG Rounded™ Black
Trade Gothic® Next Regular
Neo® Sans Arabic Regular
Cachet™ Bold
Nazanin® Light


by Chris Roberts

Here’s a ranked listing of Fonts.com Web Fonts’ top 100 most used Web fonts for December 2011:

Futura® Bold
Neue Helvetica® 55 Roman
Neue Helvetica® 35 Thin
Neue Helvetica® 75 Bold
Neue Helvetica® 45 Light
Univers® 57 Condensed
Avenir® 85 Heavy
Futura® Bold Condensed Oblique
Garamond 3 Regular
Garamond 3 Italic
Bauer Bodoni® Black Italic
Avenir® 35 Light
DIN 1451 Engschrift
Sackers™ Gothic Heavy
Sackers™ Gothic Medium
Trade Gothic® Bold
Avenir® 65 Medium
Helvetica® Condensed Bold
Linotype Univers® 620 Condensed Bold
Neue Helvetica® 25 Ultra Light
Futura® Medium
Trade Gothic® Condensed Bold 20
Avenir® 95 Black
Linotype Univers® 420 Condensed
Linotype Didot® Roman
Linotype Didot® Bold
Avenir® 55 Roman
Neue Helvetica® 65 Medium
Univers® 47 Condensed Light Oblique, Extended
DIN Next™ Condensed Bold
Linotype Univers® 320 Condensed Light, Extended
Futura® Book
Linotype Didot® Italic
Neue Helvetica® 67 Condensed Medium
Neue Helvetica® 77 Condensed Bold
Trade Gothic® Roman
Laurentian™ Semi Bold Italic
Neue Helvetica® 63 Extended Medium
DIN Next™ Bold
Trade Gothic® Bold 2
Futura® Bold Condensed
Avenir® 45 Book
Futura® Medium Condensed
Neue Helvetica® 53 Extended, Extended
Neue Helvetica® 73 Extended Bold, Extended
Trade Gothic® Condensed 18
Futura® Heavy
PMN Caecilia® 85 Heavy
PMN Caecilia® 75 Bold
ITC Avant Garde Gothic® Book
Neue Helvetica® 57 Condensed
Trade Gothic® Condensed Bold #20, Extended
Neue Frutiger® Book
Neue Frutiger® Bold
PMN Caecilia® 76 Bold Italic
Neue Helvetica® 47 Condensed Light
DIN Next™ Regular
Neue Helvetica® 45 Light, Extended
Neue Frutiger® Light
VAG Rounded™ Bold
Monotype Grotesque® Condensed
Helvetica® Bold
DIN Next™ Condensed Regular, Extended
Neue Helvetica® 55 Roman, Extended
Trade Gothic® Bold, Extended
Neue Helvetica® 37 Condensed Thin
Trade Gothic® Next Regular
Futura® Book, Extended
Univers® 67 Condensed Bold Oblique
Helvetica® Bold, Extended
Avenir® 55 Roman, Extended
Rockwell® Bold
ITC Avant Garde Gothic® Medium
Trade Gothic® Extended Bold
VAG Rounded™ Light
Futura® Bold, Extended
Trade Gothic® Condensed #18, Extended
Neue Helvetica® 65 Medium, Extended
Felbridge™ Regular
Neue Helvetica® 46 Light Italic
Figural™ Book
Frutiger® 65 Bold
Neue Frutiger® Regular
Univers® 55 Roman
Baskerville Regular, Extended
Helvetica® Bold Italic
VAG Rounded™ Black
ITC Avant Garde Gothic® Bold
Gill Sans® Book
Neue Frutiger® Bold Italic
Frutiger® 45 Light
Univers® 45 Light
Frutiger® 45 Light, Extended
Avenir® Next Demi
Eurostile® LT Bold
Frutiger® 65 Bold, Extended
Neuzeit® Office Bold
Eurostile® LT Roman
Neuzeit® Office Regular, Extended
Trade Gothic® Bold #2, Extended

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