Averta Webfont · 14 samples

It goes well with Calibre, Zona, ITC Souvenir, Recoleta, DIN Next and Brix Sans. If you're thinking about using Averta then try

People commonly tag it as communication, portfolio, collaboration, entertainment, developer, email, designer, education, tool and tech. You can get it from Fonts.com, Fontspring, MyFonts, The Designers Foundry and YouWorkForThem.

Examples Averta on its own

About Averta

Averta is an award-winning typeface designed by Kostas Bartsokas in 2012 and released by the foundry TypeTogether. It is a versatile sans-serif typeface, with a humanist feel and a modern, geometric structure. Its design features include open apertures, a low x-height, and large counters, giving it a friendly and approachable look. It also has a wide range of weights and styles, making it highly versatile and suitable for a variety of projects.

Averta has a light, friendly character that evokes feelings of warmth and approachability. Its versatile design makes it suitable for a range of projects, from branding to editorial design. Its open apertures and low x-height give it a modern, yet humanist feel, making it a great choice for websites and digital applications. It is also a great choice for print projects, such as magazines, brochures, and posters.

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In action 14 Averta samples

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