DIN Next Webfont · 16 samples

DIN Next is a sans-serif font. It goes well with Harmonia Sans, Helvetica, Abolition, Amplify, Brandon Grotesque, Nunito, Monospace 821, FF Tisa, DIN Alternate and Chronicle. If you're thinking about using DIN Next then try 23px for headers. Give 18px a shot for content.

People commonly tag it as din, sans serif, magazine, contrast, agency, restaurant, music, sans, big and bold. You can get it from Fonts.com and MyFonts.

Examples DIN Next on its own

About DIN Next

DIN Next is a sans-serif typeface designed by Akira Kobayashi in 2009 for the Linotype type foundry. It is based on the classic DIN typeface, which was developed in Germany in the early 20th century, and features an updated design with a contemporary feel. The font has a geometric structure, with a slightly condensed lettering and a large x-height, giving it a modern, clean look. It is highly legible and versatile, making it suitable for a wide range of design projects.

DIN Next has a strong, authoritative character, and its geometric structure gives it a technical, industrial feel. It evokes a sense of reliability and precision, making it a good choice for corporate branding and technical documentation. It is also suitable for web design, and can be used to create a modern, professional look for websites in industries such as finance, engineering, and technology.

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In action 16 DIN Next samples