Novaletra Sans CF Font Field Guide
Novaletra Sans CF is built to excel at small to medium sizes, in print and digital environments. Perfect for text, captions, books, and documents, Novaletra’s elegant construction helps text flow and is easy to read, even at very small sizes. Its medium weights are ideal for long blocks of text, with lighter and bolder weights available to ensure maximum versatility. True italics, slightly condensed and calligraphic, read as distinct yet related to the upright roman set.
Eight weights of roman designs, each with a complementary oblique, for a total of 16 styles.
- Novaletra Sans CF was based on Novaletra Serif CF and, as the two share a base design, they can be interchanged or used together with minimal fuss.
- As its name suggests, Novaletra was created with the intent of creating a new approach to body copy design in a sans serif format.
Novaletra Sans CF is an original design by Connary Fagen, designed in 2023 as a companion to Novaletra Serif CF, a serif designed for text and body copy. Elements from Novaletra Serif, such as its old-style characteristics, have been filed down to create a warm, smooth sans that offers wonderful readability not commonly found in sans serif typefaces. Subtle calligraphic touches and soft corners are implemented to lend visual interest, while the simple construction and medium x-height maximize legibility at small sizes.
Novaletra Sans CF has been designed expressly for text use, and reads well at small to medium sizes. Though full of character and warmth, Novaletra never sacrifices legibility. Its low contrast design ensures easy reading.
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