In which font format are your fonts?
Can I get the desktop fonts in TrueType format?
What about fancy OpenType features?
What is OpenType?
What is a Variable Font?
Do you sell Variable Fonts?
Yes, we’ve been making Variable Fonts ever since the font format was announced. Two months after the introduction of this new font format, we released our font family Zeitung also in the Variable Font format. We’ve been making many other Variable Fonts since then.

But you won’t find them in our shop, because we believe any Variable Font which currently exists is still beta in practice. Tools to create them are still evolving & apps which support them are still evolving. In that perspective you could of course remove the word “beta”, but be aware that the Variable Font format is not as stable yet as OpenType or TrueType formats. Currently a cooperation between the maker and user of Variable Fonts makes more sense than offering them in the same way as any other font format. In case you’re interested to work with any of our Variable Fonts, please get in touch.

Because this new font format offers new possibilities, we’re wondering if, instead of wrapping old ideas into new technologies, new techniques also require new ideas. You can find a couple of experiments and ideas at our own Variable Font playground:
Where are the Small Caps?
Why can’t I activate every possible OpenType Layout Feature?
Are the fonts cross-platform compatible?
Bug in MS Office on Mac
What about Unicode?
Why are your fonts named Pro?
Why is the Glyphs palette so messy?
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