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Nexa font family
Designed by Stan Partalev in ; ; ; ; ; and Ventsislav Dzhokov in ; ; ; ; ; and Svetoslav Simov in ; ; ; ; ; and Plamen Motev in ; ; ; ; ; and Mirela Belova in ; ; ; ; ; and Nikolay Petroussenko in ; ; ; ; ;
Up to 36 Typefaces / 3 Value Packs
Supports at least 21 languages (Std / OT CFF)
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Supports up to 84 languages.
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Supports up to 23 OpenType features.
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Improved kerning of the Updated Version of 2020 - New Features: • Cyrillic language support • Bulgarian Localization • Completely New Nexa Text subfamily • New ExtraLight weight with a corresponding italics • Stylistic Set suitable for Display purposes - ss02 • Tabular Figures Even the most recognizable typefaces of our time, such as Nexa, should be updated sometimes. We proudly present you with the latest upgraded version of the notorious geometric sans serif. The completely refined family design comes with an addition of one more weight—Extra Light—and its matching italic, alongside an entirely new subfamily—Nexa Text, optimized for longer text, and even a futurist stylistic set of Nexa for an alternative display look. The outcome is altogether 9 weights and 36 fonts! The glyph case now covers not only an improved Extended Latin but a new set of Cyrillic with adequate language localization. The fluent functionality of Nexa is achieved with multiple OpenType features, such as case-sensitive forms, contextual and stylistic alternates. The standard numerals set encompasses tabular figures and symbols, superiors and inferiors, numerators and denominators, plus fractions. The unique appearance of Nexa combined with rich variety places it beyond the scope of regular geometric typefaces for all kinds of scales and purposes and designs that speak for themselves.