Classification: Humanist Sans

  1. FF Unit Typeface

    According to Erik, this is Meta’s “grown up…

  2. FF Wunderlich Typeface
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  3. FF Yoga Sans Typeface

    FF Yoga Sans is a contemporary alternative to Gill Sans and a sober companion to the serif FF…

  4. Flex Typeface
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    Flex, designed by Paul van der Laan, started its life in 1999 as an ambitious project to develop a multi-purpose…

  5. Flux Typeface
  6. Fontin Typeface

    “The Fontin is designed to be used at small sizes. The color is darkish, the spacing loose and the x-height…

  7. Formata Typeface
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    Bernd Möllenstädt’s first type design, Formata, was released in 1984. Instead of linear severity common to many sans serifs, Formata…

  8. Fresco Informal Typeface
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    Fresco Informal is the more playful part of the Fresco family. The Informal fonts can be mixed with the Fresco…

  9. Fresco Sans Typeface
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    A large, multipurpose type family designed by Fred Smeijers, Fresco was first shown in Items, the Dutch design magazine, in…

  10. Frutiger Typeface

    Frutiger is a sans-serif typeface by the Swiss type designer Adrian Frutiger. It was commissioned in 1968 by the newly…

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