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  • DINNextW1G-Italic
    DINNextW1G-Italic
    Packages

    DINNextW1G-Italic

    Style

    &

    Version

    1.00;com.myfonts.easy.linotype.din-next.w1g-italic.wfkit2.version.48WC

    Company

    Linotype GmbH

    Author

    Linotype Design Studio

    Copyright

    Copyright 2010 Linotype GmbH, www.linotype.com. All rights reserved. This font software may not be reproduced, modified, disclosed or transferred without the express written approval of Linotype GmbH.

    Description

    DIN Next is a typeface family inspired by the classic industrial German engineering designs, DIN 1451 Engschrift and Mittelschrift. Akira Kobayashi began by revising these two faceswho names just mean condensed and regularbefore expanding them into a new family with seven weights (Light to Black). Each weight ships in three varieties: Regular, Italic, and Condensed, bringing the total number of fonts in the DIN Next family to 21. DIN Next is part of Linotypes Platinum Collection. Linotype has been supplying its customers with the two DIN 1451 fonts since 1980. Recently, they have become more popular than ever, with designers regularly asking for additional weights. The abbreviation DIN stands for Deutsches Institut fr Normung e.V., which is the German Institute for Industrial Standardization. In 1936 the German Standard Committee settled upon DIN 1451 as the standard font for the areas of technology, traffic, administration and business. The design was to be used on German street signs and house numbers. The committee wanted a sans serif, thinking it would be more legible, straightforward, and easy to reproduce. They did not intend for the design to be used for advertisements and other artistically oriented purposes. Nevertheless, because DIN 1451 was seen all over Germany on signs for town names and traffic directions, it became familiar enough to make its way onto the palettes of graphic designers and advertising art directors. The digital version of DIN 1451 would go on to be adopted and used by designers in other countries as well, solidifying its worldwide design reputation. There are many subtle differences in DIN Nexts letters when compared withe DIN 1451 original. These were added by Kobayashi to make the new family even more versatile in 21st-century media. For instance, although DIN 1451s corners are all pointed angles, DIN Next has rounded them all slightly. Even this softening is a nod to part of DIN 1451s past, however. Many of the signs that use DIN 1451 are cut with routers, which cannot make perfect corners; their rounded heads cut rounded corners best. Linotypes DIN 1451 Engschrift and Mittelschrift are certified by the German DIN Institute for use on official signage projects. Since DIN Next is a new design, these applications within Germany are not possible with it. However, DIN Next may be used for any other project, and it may be used for industrial signage in any other country! DIN Next has been tailored especially for gra

  • Helvetica W01 Light
    Helvetica W01 Light
    Packages

    HelveticaW01-Light

    Style

    Regular

    Version

    1.02

    Company

    Linotype GmbH

    Author

    Linotype Design Studio

    Trademark

    Helvetica is a trademark of Linotype Corp. registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and may be registered in certain other jurisdictions in the name of Linotype Corp. or its licensee Linotype GmbH.

    Copyright

    Part of the digitally encoded machine readable outline data for producing the Typefaces provided is copyrighted 2008 Linotype GmbH, www.linotype.com. All rights reserved. This software is the property of Linotype GmbH, and may not be reproduced, used, displayed, modified, disclosed or transferred without the express written approval of Linotype GmbH. The digitally encoded machine readable software for producing the Typefaces licensed to you is copyrighted (c) 1985, 1987, 1988, 1994, 1999 Adobe Systems. All Rights Reserved. This software is the property of Adobe Systems Incorporated and its licensors, and may not be reproduced, used, displayed, modified, disclosed or transferred without the express written approval of Adobe. Helvetica is a trademark of Linotype Corp. registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and may be registered in certain other jurisdictions in the name of Linotype Corp. or its licensee Linotype GmbH. This typeface is original artwork of Linotype Design Studio. The design may be protected in certain jurisdictions.

    License

    NOTIFICATION OF LICENSE AGREEMENTYou have obtained this font software either directly from Linotype GmbH or together with software distributed by one of Linotype's licensees.This font software is a valuable asset of Linotype GmbH. Unless you have entered into a specific license agreement granting you additional rights, your use of this font software is limited to your workstation for your own use. You may not copy or distribute this font software. If you have any questions regarding your license terms, please review the license agreement you received with the software.General license terms and usage rights can be viewed at www.linotype.com/license.Generelle Lizenzbedingungen und Nutzungsrechte finden Sie unter www.linotype.com/license.Pour plus d'informations concernant le contrat d'utilisation du logiciel de polices, veuillez consulter notre site web www.linotype.com/license.Linotype GmbH can be contacted at:Tel.: +49(0)6172 484-418

  • DINNextW1G-BoldItalic
    DINNextW1G-BoldItalic
    Packages

    DINNextW1G-BoldItalic

    Style

    &

    Version

    1.00;com.myfonts.easy.linotype.din-next.w1g-bold-italic.wfkit2.version.48WE

    Company

    Linotype GmbH

    Author

    Linotype Design Studio

    Copyright

    Copyright 2010 Linotype GmbH, www.linotype.com. All rights reserved. This font software may not be reproduced, modified, disclosed or transferred without the express written approval of Linotype GmbH.

    Description

    DIN Next is a typeface family inspired by the classic industrial German engineering designs, DIN 1451 Engschrift and Mittelschrift. Akira Kobayashi began by revising these two faceswho names just mean condensed and regularbefore expanding them into a new family with seven weights (Light to Black). Each weight ships in three varieties: Regular, Italic, and Condensed, bringing the total number of fonts in the DIN Next family to 21. DIN Next is part of Linotypes Platinum Collection. Linotype has been supplying its customers with the two DIN 1451 fonts since 1980. Recently, they have become more popular than ever, with designers regularly asking for additional weights. The abbreviation DIN stands for Deutsches Institut fr Normung e.V., which is the German Institute for Industrial Standardization. In 1936 the German Standard Committee settled upon DIN 1451 as the standard font for the areas of technology, traffic, administration and business. The design was to be used on German street signs and house numbers. The committee wanted a sans serif, thinking it would be more legible, straightforward, and easy to reproduce. They did not intend for the design to be used for advertisements and other artistically oriented purposes. Nevertheless, because DIN 1451 was seen all over Germany on signs for town names and traffic directions, it became familiar enough to make its way onto the palettes of graphic designers and advertising art directors. The digital version of DIN 1451 would go on to be adopted and used by designers in other countries as well, solidifying its worldwide design reputation. There are many subtle differences in DIN Nexts letters when compared withe DIN 1451 original. These were added by Kobayashi to make the new family even more versatile in 21st-century media. For instance, although DIN 1451s corners are all pointed angles, DIN Next has rounded them all slightly. Even this softening is a nod to part of DIN 1451s past, however. Many of the signs that use DIN 1451 are cut with routers, which cannot make perfect corners; their rounded heads cut rounded corners best. Linotypes DIN 1451 Engschrift and Mittelschrift are certified by the German DIN Institute for use on official signage projects. Since DIN Next is a new design, these applications within Germany are not possible with it. However, DIN Next may be used for any other project, and it may be used for industrial signage in any other country! DIN Next has been tailored especially for gra

  • Didot LT W05 Roman
    Didot LT W05 Roman
    Style

    Regular

    Version

    2.10

    Company

    Monotype GmbH

    Author

    Adrian Frutiger; Linotype Design Studio

    Trademark

    Linotype Didot is a trademark of Monotype GmbH and may be registered in certain jurisdictions.

    Copyright

    Copyright 2013-2021 Monotype GmbH. All rights reserved.

    Description

    For about 100 years in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, several members of the Didot family were active in Paris as designers. They were also printers, publishers, typefounders, inventors, writers and intellectuals. Around 1800, the Didot family owned the most important print shop and font foundry in France. Pierre Didot published books and prints set in typefaces designed and punchcut by his brother, Firmin Didot. The statuesque, clear forms of the Didot alphabets are representative of the time, and are quite similar to those designed by Giambattista around the same time in Italy. These types are in the style known as modern - meaning they are characterized by extreme vertical stress and fine hairlines contrasted by bold main strokes. Linotype Didot was drawn by Adrian Frutiger in 1991, and is based on the fonts cut by Firmin Didot between 1799 and 1811. Frutiger also studied the Didot types in a book printed by the Didots in 1818, La Henriade by Voltaire.Linotype Didot is the right choice for elegant book and magazine designs, as well as advertising with a classic touch.

    License

    This font software is the property of Monotype GmbH, or one of its affiliated entities (collectively, Monotype) and its use by you is covered under the terms of a license agreement. You have obtained this font software either directly from Monotype or together with software distributed by one of the licensees of Monotype. This software is a valuable asset of Monotype. Unless you have entered into a specific license agreement granting you additional rights, your use of this software is limited by the terms of the actual license agreement you have entered into with Monotype. You may not copy or distribute this software. If you have any questions concerning your rights you should review the license agreement you received with the software. You can learn more about Monotype by clicking here: www.monotype.com.

  • Helvetica Neue LT W05 75 Bold
    Helvetica Neue LT W05 75 Bold
    Style

    Regular

    Version

    2.01

    Company

    Monotype Imaging Inc.

    Author

    Linotype Design Studio

    Trademark

    Neue Helvetica is a trademark of Monotype Imaging Inc. registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and may be registered in certain other jurisdictions.

    Copyright

    Copyright 2014 - 2020 Monotype Imaging Inc. All rights reserved.

    Description

    In 1983, D. Stempel AG redesigned the famous Helvetica typeface for the digital age, creating Neue Helvetica for Linotype: a self-contained font family. Today, this family consists of 51 different font weights. It's original numbering system for the weight designations came from Adrian Frutiger's numbering system for the Univers family. The basic font weight, Neue Helvetica Roman, is at the heart of this numbering system. The designation 55 Roman forms the central point. The first figure of the number describes the stroke thickness -- 25 for ultra light to 95 for extra black. The second figure gives information on the width and orientation of the font -- Neue Helvetica 53 Extended or Neue Helvetica 57 Condensed, for instance. Neue Helvetica sets new standards in terms of its form and number of variants. It is the quintessential sans serif font, timeless and neutral, and can be used for all types of communication. Neue Helvetica is one of three Helvetica typeface families from Linotype.

    License

    This font software is the property of Monotype Imaging Inc., or one of its affiliated entities (collectively, Monotype) and its use by you is covered under the terms of a license agreement. You have obtained this font software either directly from Monotype or together with software distributed by one of the licensees of Monotype. This software is a valuable asset of Monotype. Unless you have entered into a specific license agreement granting you additional rights, your use of this software is limited by the terms of the actual license agreement you have entered into with Monotype. You may not copy or distribute this software. If you have any questions concerning your rights you should review the license agreement you received with the software. You can learn more about Monotype here: www.monotype.com

  • DIN Next Devanagari W05 Bold
    DIN Next Devanagari W05 Bold
    Packages

    DINNextDevanagariW05-Bold

    Style

    Regular

    Version

    1.00

    Company

    Linotype GmbH

    Author

    Kimya Gandhi, Linotype Design Studio

    Trademark

    DIN Next is a trademark of Linotype GmbH and may be registered in certain jurisdictions.

    Copyright

    Copyright 2012 Linotype GmbH, www.linotype.com. All rights reserved. This font software may not be reproduced, modified, disclosed or transferred without the express written approval of Linotype GmbH. DIN Next is a trademark of Linotype GmbH and may be registered in certain jurisdictions. This typeface is original artwork of Kimya Gandhi, Linotype Design Studio. The design may be protected in certain jurisdictions.

    License

    NOTIFICATION OF LICENSE AGREEMENTYou have obtained this font software either directly from Monotype Imaging Inc., its affiliates or its licensees.You acknowledge that the font software is protected by the copyright and other intellectual property law of the United States and its various States, by the copyright and design laws of other nations, and by international treaties. Your use of this font software is limited to the rights license rights granted to you in the Monotype Imaging End User License Agreement (EULA) agreed to by you at the time of purchase and you should retain a copy of such EULA for your future reference. You may not use, rent, lease, sublicense, give, lend, or distribute the font software, or any copy thereof, except as expressly provided by the EULA.The current Monotype Imaging End User License Agreement can be viewed at http://www.fonts.com/legal/mi-eula.htm.

  • DIN Next LT Arabic Medium
    DIN Next LT Arabic Medium
    Packages

    DIN Next LT Arabic Medium

    Style

    Regular

    Version

    1.00

    Company

    Linotype GmbH

    Author

    Linotype Design Studio and Nadine Chahine

    Trademark

    DIN Next is a trademark of Linotype GmbH and may be registered in certain jurisdictions.

    Copyright

    Copyright 2008 - 2011 Linotype GmbH, www.linotype.com. All rights reserved. This font software may not be reproduced, modified, disclosed or transferred without the express written approval of Linotype GmbH.

    Description

    DIN Next is a typeface family inspired by the classic industrial German engineering designs, DIN 1451 Engschrift and Mittelschrift. Akira Kobayashi began by revising these two faceswho names just mean condensed and regularbefore expanding them into a new family with seven weights (Light to Black). Each weight ships in three varieties: Regular, Italic, and Condensed, bringing the total number of fonts in the DIN Next family to 21. DIN Next is part of Linotypes Platinum Collection. Linotype has been supplying its customers with the two DIN 1451 fonts since 1980. Recently, they have become more popular than ever, with designers regularly asking for additional weights. The abbreviation DIN stands for Deutsches Institut fr Normung e.V., which is the German Institute for Industrial Standardization. In 1936 the German Standard Committee settled upon DIN 1451 as the standard font for the areas of technology, traffic, administration and business. The design was to be used on German street signs and house numbers. The committee wanted a sans serif, thinking it would be more legible, straightforward, and easy to reproduce. They did not intend for the design to be used for advertisements and other artistically oriented purposes. Nevertheless, because DIN 1451 was seen all over Germany on signs for town names and traffic directions, it became familiar enough to make its way onto the palettes of graphic designers and advertising art directors. The digital version of DIN 1451 would go on to be adopted and used by designers in other countries as well, solidifying its worldwide design reputation. There are many subtle differences in DIN Nexts letters when compared withe DIN 1451 original. These were added by Kobayashi to make the new family even more versatile in 21st-century media. For instance, although DIN 1451s corners are all pointed angles, DIN Next has rounded them all slightly. Even this softening is a nod to part of DIN 1451s past, however. Many of the signs that use DIN 1451 are cut with routers, which cannot make perfect corners; their rounded heads cut rounded corners best. Linotypes DIN 1451 Engschrift and Mittelschrift are certified by the German DIN Institute for use on official signage projects. Since DIN Next is a new design, these applications within Germany are not possible with it. However, DIN Next may be used for any other project, and it may be used for industrial signage in any other country! DIN Next has been tailored especially for graphic designers, but its industrial heritage makes it surprisingly functional in just about any application. DIN Next Arabic is designed by Lebanese designer Nadine Chahine as a companion to the iconic DIN Next typeface. Its designed is a clean hybrid of Kufi and Naskh structures and is suited for titles and short runs of text. Its curves are very monolinear and mechanical in forms. This typeface has an industrial look that is suited for technical implementations. It is ideally suited for corporate communication, branding, packaging, and advertising design. Its open and clear counters makes it suitable for low resolution devices. The font includes the basic Latin part of DIN Next and support for Arabic, Persian, and Urdu. It also includes proportional and tabular numerals for the supported languages.

    License

    NOTIFICATION OF LICENSE AGREEMENTYou have obtained this font software either directly from Linotype GmbH or together with software distributed by one of Linotype's licensees.This font software is a valuable asset of Linotype GmbH. Unless you have entered into a specific license agreement granting you additional rights, your use of this font software is limited to your workstation for your own use. You may not copy or distribute this font software. If you have any questions regarding your license terms, please review the license agreement you received with the software.General license terms and usage rights can be viewed at www.linotype.com/license.Generelle Lizenzbedingungen und Nutzungsrechte finden Sie unter www.linotype.com/license.Pour plus d'informations concernant le contrat d'utilisation du logiciel de polices, veuillez consulter notre site web www.linotype.com/license.Linotype GmbH can be contacted at:Tel.: +49(0)6172 484-418

  • Helvetica Neue LT Com 77 Bold Condensed
    Helvetica Neue LT Com 77 Bold Condensed
    Packages

    HelveticaNeueLT Com 77 BdCn

    Style

    Regular

    Version

    2.01;2006

    Company

    Linotype GmbH

    Author

    Linotype Design Studio

    Trademark

    Helvetica is a trademark of Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG, exclusively licensed through Linotype GmbH, and may be registered in certain jurisdictions.

    Copyright

    Part of the digitally encoded machine readable outline data for producing the Typefaces provided is copyrighted 2003 - 2006 Linotype GmbH, www.linotype.com. All rights reserved. This software is the property of Linotype GmbH, and may not be reproduced, modified, disclosed or transferred without the express written approval of Linotype GmbH. Copyright 1988, 1990, 1993 Adobe Systems Incorporated. All Rights Reserved. Helvetica is a trademark of Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG, exclusively licensed through Linotype GmbH, and may be registered in certain jurisdictions. This typeface is original artwork of Linotype Design Studio. The design may be protected in certain jurisdictions.

    Description

    Helvetica is one of the most famous and popular typefaces in the world. It lends an air of lucid efficiency to any typographic message with its clean, no-nonsense shapes. The original typeface was called Haas Grotesk, and was designed in 1957 by Max Miedinger for the Haas'sche Schriftgiesserei (Haas Type Foundry) in Switzerland. In 1960 the name was changed to Helvetica (an adaptation of Helvetia, the Latin name for Switzerland). Over the years, the Helvetica family was expanded to include many different weights, but these were not as well coordinated with each other as they might have been. In 1983, D. Stempel AG and Linotype re-designed and digitized Neue Helvetica and updated it into a cohesive font family. Today, the original Helvetica family consists of 34 different font weights, and the Neue Helvetica family consists of 51 font weights. The Helvetica family now forms an integral part of many digital printers and operating systems and has become a stylistic anchor in our visual culture. It is the quintessential sans serif font, timeless and neutral, and can be used for all types of communication. Helvetica World, an update to the classic Helvetica design using the OpenType font format, contains the following Microsoft code pages: 1252 Latin 1, 1250 Latin 2 Eastern, 1251 Cyrillic, 1253 Greek, 1254 Turk, 1255 Hebrew, 1256 Arabic, 1257 Windows Baltic, 1258 Windows Vietnamese, as well as a mixture of box drawing element glyphs and mathematical symbols & operators. In total, each weight of Helvetica World contains more than 1850 different glyph characters!

    License

    NOTIFICATION OF LICENSE AGREEMENTYou have obtained this typeface software either directly from Linotype GmbH or together with software distributed by one of Linotype's licensees.This software is a valuable asset of Linotype GmbH. Unless you have entered into a specific license agreement granting you additional rights, your use of this software is limited to your workstation for your own use. You may not copy or distribute this software. If you have any questions regarding your license terms, please review the license agreement you received with the software.General license terms and usage rights can be viewed at www.linotype.com/license.Generelle Lizenzbedingungen und Nutzungsrechte finden Sie unter www.linotype.com/license.Pour plus d'informacin concernant la contrat d'utilisation du logiciel de polices, veuillez consultez notre site www.linotype.com/license.Linotype GmbH can be contacted at:Tel.: +49(0)6172 484-418

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