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U Category Fonts

 Upside

Upside is an all caps font. The design of the font is tied to historic golden ages gone by, but with a modern flair giving it a contemporary edge. It is a tall and condensed geometric sans serif, with four unique styles and appearances.

Upside is a distinctive display font, perfect for headlines and headings across a range of formats such as graphic design posters, editorial pieces, or anything that needs that extra eye-catching touch.

 URW Form™

URW Form by Volker Schnebel is the quintessence of a modern sans. Originally inspired by the timeless classic Futura, URW Form is a mix of classic and modern geometric typefaces, yet still incorporates the fundamental rules of design and looks and functions like a contemporary sans. In addition to its strong identity, URW Form has all the quality characteristics we come to expect from a Schnebel typeface. Available in 80 styles and four widths, there is also a much sought-after semi-condensed extension to broaden its creative spectrum. Weights range from the filigree Thin to the forceful Poster, making it a truly versatile sans serif typeface.

 Utility Signage JNL

Utlity Signage JNL is a collection of fifty-two various “all purpose signs” we've all seen in hardware and variety stores is perfect for spot illustrations in ad copy, making one-off images for props in a stage play or production or even for novelty jokes or gags.

NOTE: Usage of this font to create printed or digital “stock signs” for resale is not part of, nor allowed under the terms of the standard Jeffrey N. Levine Software License Agreement.

 Urania

Urania is a new aproach to early sans serif typefaces, in particular Ferdinand Theinhardt’s types which came out at the beginning of the 20th century. Urania is not an adaption, but a new interpretation of familiar and successful formal features, transformed into a contemporary look.
The Urania family consists of 18 styles and it comes in OpenType format with extended language support for more than 40 languages. All weights contain ligatures, proportional lining figures, tabular lining figures, proportional old style figures, lining old style figures, matching currency symbols, fraction- and scientific numerals, matching arrows and alternative characters.

 UT Laurelle

Laurelle is a polished and smooth script family. The family consists of light, regular, bold and press styles. Laurelle provides advanced typographical support with contextual alternates, final forms, ligatures and swashes. This font also includes Cyrillic, with all OpenType features.

It is most suitable for the headlines of all sizes, as well as for the text blocks. Laurelle is versatile and can be used on cards, posters, merchandise, book covers, websites, packaging, and basically anywhere you like. The overall feel of the font is warm, elegant and informal and it is perfect if you want to convey a sense of friendliness and style.

 Uncle Edward

First of all, I don’t have an uncle called Edward, nor do I know anyone by that name. When I had finished this font, it had a strong ‘Uncle Edward’ feeling to it, so the name stuck.
Uncle Edward is a handmade script font. I used a Japanese brush pen and some rough paper to create that ‘vintage’ look. Use Uncle Edward for your book covers, your invitations or your product packaging. Create labels for your vintage record collection with it, or print a guest list for your Christmas dinner party. Uncle Edward gives you his blessing.
Comes with ligatures for double letters and a whole bunch of accents.

 URW Dock™

URW Dock is a contemporary geometric type family inspired by the square sans typefaces of the 60s, notably the Eurostile, which is still used in countless applications to the present day. Designed to meet today’s requirements for a multifunctional font, this reinterpretation includes numerous enhancements and optimizations to ensure a professional use in today’s digital age. Including a wide range of styles, an extended character set and a careful composition, it has the potential to give brands, artworks, and interfaces a modern, professional and unique touch. Its high legibility and clear informative and technological appearance are perfectly suitable for infographics, signage and way-finding systems. And especially when embedded in app, gaming and infotainment software it will display its strength. While the upright styles communicate a clear, professional and informative message, the italics express a technological, dynamic and forward-thinking spirit. An extensive language support, several figure sets and a wide range of OpenType Features will make the URW Dock font family a perfectly suitable partner for a wide range of print, web and app projects. For more information please have look at the URW Dock PDF Type Specimen.

 Unitext™

Created with the needs of branding design in mind, Jan Hendrik Weber’s Unitext is a crisp, clean typeface that functions well across print and online use. It blends humanist and grotesque qualities, adopting a style that the designer describes as “neo grotesque”. Narrow spacing is what sets this typeface apart, however it also uses open counters and angled details to boost readability. “The ideal font should work at every touchpoint,” says Weber. “And designers shouldn’t need an introduction or a set of rules on how to handle this typeface. Unitext allows designers to work without explanation.”

The Unitext family includes 7 weights, spread across 14 fonts with extensive Western, Central and Eastern European language support.

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