Frutiger (pronounced) is really a number of typefaces named right after its Swiss designer, Adrian Frutiger. Frutiger is usually a humanist sans-serif typeface, supposed to become obvious and very legible at a distance or at small textual content sizes.
An incredibly common style and design all over the world, style designer Steve Matteson explained its framework as “the greatest preference for legibility in quite considerably any situation” at smaller text dimensions, even though Erik Spiekermann named it as “the best basic typeface ever”.
The Frutiger family is neither strictly geometric nor humanistic in construction; its forms are designed so that each individual character is quickly and easily recognized. Such distinctness makes it good for signage and display work.
Compatible: Mac, Windows
Font Type: OTF, TTF
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