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ClearType For All

     

Microsoft®’s ClearType® font collection is the result of a very noble cause. The project brought together some of the world’s finest type designers to meet one central goal: improve readability of text on screen. In the process they created a series of typefaces that do just that, and are fit for many other roles as well, both on computer displays and in print. Though these fonts were designed to take advantage of ClearType technology in Windows®, they work well on any system that can handle a TrueType font. Now, thanks to Ascender, these fonts are available to Mac users who want to share documents with their Windows-based colleagues; Windows XP users who may not already have the ClearType Collection; designers seeking clear, readable type; and corporations who want consistent, multilingual (all the fonts support Latin, Greek, and Cyrillic) typography throughout their organization.

  
Ascender

Calibri

Calibri
Calibri is a modern sans serif family with subtle roundings on stems and corners. Its proportions allow high impact in tightly set lines of big and small text alike, while its many curves imbue a warm and soft character in text of all kinds.

  
Voice Sans and Voice Serif

Constantia
Constantia is a modulated wedge-serif typeface designed primarily for continuous text in both electronic and paper publishing. The design responds to the recent narrowing of the gap between screen readability and traditional print media. The classic proportions of relatively small x-height and long extenders make Constantia ideal for book and journal publishing, while the slight squareness and open counters ensure that it remains legible even at small sizes.

  
   Corbel

Corbel
Corbel is designed to give an uncluttered and clean appearance on screen. The letter forms are open with soft, flowing curves. It is legible, clear, and functional at small sizes. At larger sizes, the detailing and style of the shapes is more apparent, resulting in a modern sans serif type with a wide range of possible uses.

   Cambria

Cambria
Cambria was designed for on-screen reading and small print sizes. Diagonal and vertical hairlines and serifs are relatively strong, while horizontal serifs are small and intended to emphasize stroke endings rather than stand out themselves.

  
   Candara

Candara
A humanist sans with graceful flaring strokes and large apertures. The resulting texture is lively but not intrusive, and makes for a friendly and readable text.

   Consolas

Consolas
Intended for use in programming environments, Consolas has proportions closer to normal text than traditional monospaced fonts like Courier. This allows for more comfortable reading of extended text on-screen.

  
More New Fonts

Ministry Script

Ministry Script

Prepare yourself for a new frontier in digital calligraphy. Never before has a script typeface given you so many creative options. Ministry’s OpenType features include contextual and stylistic alternates, swash characters, and a galaxy of ligatures. A single face with over 1,000 characters to explore. Alejandro Paul designed Ministry Script to be “A time capsule that marks both the Euro-American ad art of the 1920s and 1930s, and the current new-millennium acrobatics of digital type.” The idea was to make as many possible variants of each letter as he could possibly handle.

  
Skolar

Skolar

David Brezina designed Skolar with scholarly and multilingual publications in mind. The typeface maintains its credibility while incorporating a subtle personal style, neither neutral nor conspicuous. Prominent serifs and low-contrast modulation add to its robustness, and, together with a relatively large x-height, improves the typeface’s readability in small sizes. This six-weight family and large character set is flexible enough for complex text settings and editorial work.

  
Orlando Samuels

Orlando Samuels

  
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Uplink

   Angelus

Angelus

  
   Aladin

Aladin

   Rugged Rock

Rugged Rock

  
 

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