FF Netto

Created by German type designer Daniel Utz, FF Netto is a no-frills typeface with as little historical ballast as possible. The designer reduced the letters to their characteristic base form and avoided all nonessential details.

The letter form is based on the superellipse and curves are always designed with a linear vertical proportion. This lends FF Netto a slightly formal, somewhat technical and stencil-like character, which is enhanced by rounded ends and a mono-linear design. A large x-height and open counters ensure that FF Netto is easily legible even in small sizes and on signs. In addition, three styles with symbols and arrows of various weights make FF Netto ideal for use on signs or in signalization systems.

FF Netto is a restrained, even somewhat cool typeface that reveals its qualities only when you look closely. The thoughtful and balanced forms are suitable both for headlines and short texts. Along with the perfectly designed pictograms, FF Netto also cuts a fine figure in signalization systems.

FF Netto provides advanced typographical support with features such as ligatures, alternate characters, case-sensitive forms, fractions, super- and subscript characters, and stylistic alternates. It also comes with proportional lining, tabular lining, and tabular oldstyle figures.

The family has 13 weights, ranging from Thin to Black (including italics) and is ideally suited for advertising and packaging, editorial and publishing, logo, branding and creative industries, poster and billboards, small text, wayfinding and signage as well as web and screen design.

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FF Netto is available as a family of 10 styles. FF Netto Icons is available as a family of 3 styles for the time being.

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