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Neris

A display sans for one paragraph (or shorter) length text: quotes, openings, titles, etc. Sure, you could use it for body copy and get away with it, but that’s not where the typeface shines. The bigger - the better. The font has many, many languages and features. More than you'll ever need, stuff like small caps punctuation or Bulgarian/Serbian alternates (see the included PDF). Neris is the name of my city’s river. While it doesn't really translate into anything meaningful, it looks good in both Lithuanian and English while showcasing most of the distinct features: slanted /e, semi-serif /i, stylized ink traps, curved sharp joints. Made with Glyphs – a great app.

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No. Seven™

No. Seven is a bold brush style script family of three weights, ornament set and a block capital “small caps” font. No. Seven is equipped with plenty of OpenType features: To activate the alternates click on Swash, Contextual, Stylistic or Titling Alternates or Discretionary Ligatures, Tabular or OldStyle Lining in any OpenType savvy program or manually select the characters from Glyph Palette. Always keep on Standard Ligatures for the best outcome.


Combine No. Seven with No. Seven Ornaments and No. Seven Small Caps to complete your designs.


No. Seven is an effective font for creating ambitious headlines, logos & posters with a custom-made feeling.


For the best price purchase the complete No. Seven Family.

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Nagham

Nagham was designed using uniform glyph thickness throughout and exaggerated letter heights to offer a vertical look and feel. It supports all Arabetic scripts covered by Unicode 6.1, and the latest Arabic Supplement and Extended-A Unicode blocks, including support for Quranic texts. This font family includes two letter spacing flavors: isolated for small text and overlapped for large or display text. The two flavors come with two weights, regular and bold, each of which has normal and left-slanted Italic versions. The script design of this font family follows the Arabetics Mutamathil Taqlidi style utilizing varying x-heights. The Mutamathil Taqlidi type style uses one glyph per every basic Arabic Unicode character or letter, as defined by the Unicode Standards, and one additional final form glyph, for each freely-connecting letter of the Arabic cursive text. Nagham includes the required Lam-Alif ligatures in addition to all vowel diacritic ligatures. Soft-vowel diacritic marks (harakat) are selectively positioned with most of them appearing on similar high and low levels—top left corner—, to clearly distinguish them from the letters. Tatweel is a zero-width glyph.

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Nauman™

A modern humanist sans serif made for the screen. Broad open letter forms are combined with precise geometry to create a functional and legible font that’s ideally suited to the web and on-screen applications. To reinforce readability and create more distinction at small point sizes serif like details have been drawn into uppercase ‘I’, ‘J’ and lowercase ‘i’ and ‘j’. Other characters of distinction include a serifed number 1 and a crossed out zero. Nauman is a highly legible font family aimed at large interface based projects. Details include over 800 characters with alternative lowercase a, e, I and M. 7 variations of numerals, true small caps with accents, manually edited kerning and Opentype features.

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Numbers With Rings™

Numbers with Rings uses an OpenType system that allows you to generate numbers in rings up to 999999. You can even have ringed letters or letter/digit combinations. If your application supports OpenType ligatures, you can type letters or digits on your keyboard and they’ll automatically squeeze into rings. First, select a ring which can hold the number of digits you want, then type the digits; the rest happens automatically. There’s also a filled ring which can be used to give your ring a colored background. For more details on how Numbers with Rings works, check the PDF guide.

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Neometrix

This typeface consists of hand drawn three dimensional letters. There are three fonts altogether: Neometrix One, Neometrix Two and Neometrix Three. Neometrix One is the basic letter form, Neometrix Two is the shadow of the letters and Neometrix Three the front facing side of the letters.

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National Champion

National Champion is an overly confident geometric slab that comes in four weights. He is best suited for those looking for a well colored, balanced and spaced font in the College genre. He’s got a 3/4 cap lowercase, lots of language options, opentype fractions and meticulous hinting for web use.

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Nünooska

Nünooska is a sans serif type designed by Luke Turvey in 2014. The minimalist charm of Nünooska offers a soft unique style while remaining legible and clean. This rounded geometric sans serif is designed to look excellent for display or printed publication.

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