Dialog™ font family


Designed by  Franko Luin in 1993
Dialog is my first sans serif. I had made some attempts earlier, but they didn't satisfy me. Dialog was, on the contrary, so inspiring that I made 19 different fonts of it, the most complete typeface for several years. I usually prefer typefaces with serifs, but I don't miss them in Dialog. The name needs no explanation.
Dialog was released in 1993.

Dialog™

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Technical details
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Technical font names:
Windows menu name: Dialog BoldCond
PostScript name: , Dialog-BoldCond
PostScript full name: , Dialog Bold Condensed
Catalog number:
35159045
Characters:
228