About Seconda Round Font Family
Seconda Round is a contemporary, legible, and versatile typeface. It is the round companion of Seconda. Unlike Seconda Soft, which has moderate rounding — the edges of Seconda Round’s characters are fully rounded.
The Seconda Round family has been enriched by a collection of Outline and Shadow fonts, each with its own Fill font. Combine an Outline or Shadow font with its Fill font in an application that uses layers, to create a two-color version of the Outline or Shadow font.
Seconda Round has 32 styles, extensive language support, eight different kinds of figures, sophisticated OpenType features — so it’s ready for advanced typographic projects.
For text and display use. The Outline, Shadow, and Fill fonts are not suitable for small size texts. The Fill fonts are only to be used in combination with their Outline or Shadow font.
Seconda Round can be combined with any other member of the Seconda superfamily, extending the wealth of design options the Seconda superfamily offers. Seconda Round is well suited for graphic design, editorial design, and corporate identity design. Seconda Round’s Outline and Shadow fonts will add flair to any design project.
For more information about Seconda Round, download the PDF Specimen Manual.
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Durotype is an innovative font foundry based in Best, The Netherlands. It has been founded by Ben Blom in 2010.
All Durotype fonts are created out of passion for the design involved. They are crafted in a long process of creation and improvement, until the right fusion of the functional and esthetical has been achieved. With whatever passion they are created—Durotype fonts are, in the end, just high-quality tools with a bit of pizzazz. Most of them are rather universal tools: their design doesn’t determine any specific uses. Many of them are very versatile: they have many styles and many glyphs. Many of them are, given their design, crafted in a way to maximize their legibility. Durotype fonts are meant to be durable: in many years from now, they should be just as enjoyable and useful as they are today.
Durotype fonts have been deployed successfully in many areas. In financial services, entertainment, and museums. In television, marketing, and corporate identities. In technology, sports, automotive, and real estate. In food, retail, B2B, and health. In e-books, apps, ATMs, and video phones. In web sites, catalogs, signage, and packaging. Et cetera.
Durotype’s most successful fonts are Flexo, a squarish design (MyFonts Most Popular Fonts of 2012), and Aspira, a legible geometric family with a very big number of styles.
Flexo in use: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13.
Aspira in use: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10.