0 items, $0.00

YWFT Unisect

by YouWorkForThem

10 fonts: $149.99

Try it

Live webfonts: Try in the browser or on your site

Webfont

Albums

pause

About this font family

Designed in 1998-1999, YWFT Unisect was built as the sister to the popular, triple lined typeface, YWFT Trisect. YWFT Unisect contains a minimal, geometric style that stays consistent and is very legible no matter what the point size. YWFT Unisect has been used numerous times by the magazines Wired and ESPN. YWFT Unisect was converted to opentype format in 2010.

See a typo? Edit the description!

Available licensing options
Glyph coverage

available in all of the styles in this family:
Basic Latin/English letters West European diacritics Ligatures Dingbats & Symbols



Sample text:
Loading…

YWFT Unisect Light

Try it

Live webfonts: Try in the browser or on your site

Webfont

Albums

$19.99

YWFT Unisect Light Oblique

Try it

Live webfonts: Try in the browser or on your site

Webfont

Albums

$19.99

YWFT Unisect

Try it

Live webfonts: Try in the browser or on your site

Webfont

Albums

$19.99

YWFT Unisect Oblique

Try it

Live webfonts: Try in the browser or on your site

Webfont

Albums

$19.99

YWFT Unisect Bold

Try it

Live webfonts: Try in the browser or on your site

Webfont

Albums

$19.99

YWFT Unisect Bold Oblique

Try it

Live webfonts: Try in the browser or on your site

Webfont

Albums

$19.99

YWFT Unisect ExtraBold

Try it

Live webfonts: Try in the browser or on your site

Webfont

Albums

$19.99

YWFT Unisect ExtraBold Oblique

Try it

Live webfonts: Try in the browser or on your site

Webfont

Albums

$19.99

YWFT Unisect Black

Try it

Live webfonts: Try in the browser or on your site

Webfont

Albums

$19.99

YWFT Unisect Black Oblique

Try it

Live webfonts: Try in the browser or on your site

Webfont

Albums

$19.99

Available formats

available in all of the styles:
OpenType OTF  

Tags

public tags
your public tags
  • (none)
your private tags
  • (none)
Add tags


Tips
  • Don’t spam. We monitor tag submissions!
  • Separate multiple tags with commas.
  • Comma in a tag? Use "double quotes."