When users select FF Cube, they probably already have a pretty good idea of what sort of design to expect, just from the typeface’s name alone. And FF Cube does not disappoint! This geometric sans serif has the industrial design look of a Eurostile-style typeface, but its terminals are more open. A very large x-height helps give the typeface a compact appearance, too. In the lowercase characters, strokes hold on to a horizontal movement as long as possible, before turning to join the stem in a 45 degree angle. This not only helps with the flow of reading a line of text, it also is the exact element that gives the “cube-ness” to FF Cube. It is a very solid look. Just as this look gives stability to the letters in FF Cube, the FF Cube typeface in turn gives power to your message. In the normal and condensed widths, FF Cube includes light, regular and bold weights, each with italic companions. The three upright weights also shop in expanded and extra expanded widths.
FF Cube supports 101 different languages such as Spanish, English, Portuguese, German and French in Latin scripts. (Please note that not all languages are available for all formats.)