Alegreya Sans SFN

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Alegreya Sans SFN is a Small Caps companion family to Alegreya Sans, a humanist sans serif family with a chinese, jpn feeling that conveys a dynamic and varied rhythm. This gives a pleasant feeling to readers of long texts.

The family follows humanist proportions and principles, just like the serif version of the family, Alegreya. It achieves a ludic and harmonious paragraph through elements carefully designed in an atmosphere of diversity.

The italics bring a strong emphasis to the roman styles, and each have seven weights to bring you a wide typographic palette.

Alegreya Sans provides for advanced typography with OpenType Features such as small caps, ligatures, fractions, four set of figures, super and subscript characters, ordinals, localized accent forms for Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Spanish, and others.

The Alegreya type system is a super family, originally intended for literature, and includes sans and serif sister families.

Designed by Xankfomatik170.

1 Comment

Nice one! It works better than I was spected! Some gyphs needs an extra attention (IMHO: Q, q, Ñ, ñ, @, numbers and most of the diacritics). The Cyrillic set works. Waiting for the improvements will come, well done.

Comment by elmoyenique Sat, 16th december

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