DIN Webfont · 24 samples

DIN is a sans-serif font. It goes well with Open Sans, Didot, Lucida Grande, Helvetica Neue, Ko, Merriweather, Apercu Mono, Pr, signpainter and Dyna. If you're thinking about using DIN then try 30px for headers. Give 16px a shot for content.

People commonly tag it as din, sans serif, design, ecommerce, portfolio, retro, magazine, classic, agency and poster. You can get it from Fonts.com, Fontspring, MyFonts, Typekit and YouWorkForThem.

Examples DIN on its own

About DIN

DIN is a sans-serif typeface that was originally created in 1931 by the German engineering standards committee. It was designed to be used in technical and engineering drawings, and its design is based on geometric shapes and proportions. The font has a strong and sturdy look, with its sharp edges and even strokes giving it a no-nonsense, authoritative feel. It is highly legible and versatile, making it suitable for a wide range of projects, from corporate websites to technical manuals. Its bold and industrial character makes it a great choice for industrial or engineering projects, or for any project that needs to convey strength and reliability. It also works well for websites that want to convey an authoritative, professional look. DIN is a classic font that has been used for decades and still remains popular today.

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In action 24 DIN samples

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