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by Alex Jacque
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Moderately Font Family was designed by Alex Jacque and published by Alex Jacque. Moderately contains 1 styles.

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About Moderately Font Family

Introducing Moderately, a chunky and friendly typeface that makes a bold statement. This high-impact font is specifically crafted for designers seeking a display typeface with presence, perfect for applications where large, expressive type is a must.

The defining features of Moderately include a generous x-height, soft curves, and tight spacing, ensuring a punchy and fresh aesthetic. Moderately is a deliberate departure from your contemporary sans with nary a straight line to see, embracing the organic and dynamic qualities reminiscent of blocky Art Nouveau typefaces, notably inspired by the works of Alfred Roller. While drawing influence from psychedelic / Art Nouveau revival typefaces of the 1960s, Moderately strikes a contemporary balance, delivering a design that is both impactful and approachable.

Each glyph in Moderately attempts to maximize its space within the em square, incorporating slim carve outs for counters and apertures. The name "Moderately" adds a touch of irony, as this typeface is anything but plain – it exudes affable confidence and subtle flair.

Created with versatility in mind, Moderately offers broad support for Latin-based languages, ensuring its adaptability for a wide range of creative projects.

Designers: Alex Jacque

Publisher: Alex Jacque

Foundry: Alex Jacque

Design Owner: Alex Jacque

MyFonts debut: Jan 10, 2024


About Alex Jacque

Alex is a designer residing in sunny Oakland, CA, and he has been designing type since 2011. He studied design at the University of Michigan, and later received a Graphic Design MFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art. Alex is interested not only in the visual side of type design, but the programatic side as well. As much as he likes creating things on the computer, he likes getting away from the screen to work with his hands.

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