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HS Future

by Hiba Studio

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About this font family

HS Future is the second version of the font FS Future which was designed by the type designer Abdulsamiea Rajab Salem and the fonts group of Future Soft company fonts. It is a leading company in Arabization field and producing the Arabic and Islamic programs beside the children programs. Those fonts appeared between 1998 and 2000.

In this version there were a lot of adjustments to keep the font in its spirit and uniformity between the various characters. Also added were some new characters, which gave him another beautiful addition to the beauty of his modern idea. It has a serif in the shape of an arrow. More…

Two new weights (Regular and Bold) have been created. Then the font was converted to OpenType to support Arabic, Persian and Urdu to be compatible with the various operation systems and modern software.

The smoothing of this font and the combination of straight and curved parts using the serif in the shape of an arrow made it a beautiful typeface appropriate to the titles, and able to meet the desire of the user in the design of ads and modern designs of various types of audio and visual.

HS Future is the beginning of the fruits of cooperation between designers and Hassan Abu Afash and Abdulsamiea Rajab Salem for the production and development of many modern fonts.

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Glyph coverage

available in all of the styles in this family:
Any OpenType Features Basic Latin/English letters Ligatures Arabic OpenType Contextual Other OpenType



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HS Future Thin

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HS Future

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HS Future Bold

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Available formats

available in all of the styles:
OpenType OTF   Windows TrueType  

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