FF Signa Serif is a companion family designed by Ole Søndergaard for his FF Signa typeface. During the development process, Søndergaard was inspired by neoclassical faces like Bodoni and Didot. FF Signa Serif, however, has a contemporary stringent expression all its own. The aim was to maintain the open and wide quality of FF Signa. Its serifs are sharp, and the inner and outer contours combine to form tight, harmonious shapes.
FF Signa and FF Signa Serif are typically Danish types, rooted in architectural lettering rather than book design. In 2011, Stencil variants were added to the FontFont library. The resulting FF Signa type system may be used for corporate identities, brochures, magazines, communication, books, and on-screen publications.
FF Signa Serif supports 114 different languages such as Spanish, English, Portuguese, German and French in Latin scripts. (Please note that not all languages are available for all formats.)