Proxima Nova is a sans-serif typeface designed by Mark Simonson in 1994 and released by FontFont. It has become a popular choice for web and print design, with notable uses including the logos of The Verge, Wired, and The Atlantic. Its design is a hybrid of geometric and humanist influences, featuring a large x-height, relatively wide proportions, and a large range of weights. The font is highly versatile and legible, making it a great choice for both display and body text. Its character is modern and sophisticated, with a hint of warmth and friendliness. Proxima Nova is a great choice for web and print projects in a variety of industries, including media, technology, fashion, and finance.
by OpenAI & mikesten (experimental)