Helvetica Webfont · 52 samples

Helvetica is a sans-serif font. It goes well with Helvetica Neue, Lucida Grande, Georgia, Crimson, Doctrine, Roboto, Arial, Gibson, DIN Next and Newsreader. If you're thinking about using Helvetica then try 48px for headers. Give 18px a shot for content.

People commonly tag it as sans serif, design, serif, classic, blog, clean, modern, big, music and simple. You can get it from Fonts.com and MyFonts.

Examples Helvetica on its own

About Helvetica

Helvetica is a widely used sans-serif typeface designed in 1957 by Max Miedinger and released by the Haas Type Foundry. It is known for its clean, modern, and highly legible design, and has become one of the most widely used typefaces in the world. Its design features include a tall x-height, wide apertures, and a large range of weights, allowing for versatility in its use.

The font evokes a sense of clarity, simplicity, and neutrality, making it a good choice for a variety of projects. It is often used in corporate identity and branding, as well as in editorial and advertising design. Helvetica is also a popular choice for web design, as its clean lines and legibility make it easy to read on screens of all sizes.

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In action 52 Helvetica samples