Deal of the week: Complete Uni Sans font family

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September 25, 2014
Deal of the week: Complete Uni Sans font family.
thumbnailAll designers love a strong sans-serif typeface, but most of us also love originality; so where to turn with Open Sans, Roboto, and Proxima Nova flooding the Web? Well, how about the outstanding Uni Sans? With its strong outline, geometric regularity, and simple forms we think it’s a winner. So we’re delighted that our sister-site, MightyDeals.com, has managed to arrange a staggering 89% discount on this must-have font family. Uni Sans is a no-nonsense answer to minimalist designs everywhere. Its angular strokes, open counters and clear rhythm make it ideal for use on the Web. Uni Sans owes much of its pedigree to classic functional forms such as Din, but it brings a geometry all of its own. The entire family consists of 14 fonts: Uni Sans Thin, Uni Sans Thin Italic, Uni Sans Light, Uni Sans Light Italic, Uni Sans Book, Uni Sans Book Italic, Uni Sans, Uni Sans Italic, Uni Sans SemiBold, Uni Sans SemiBold Italic, Uni Sans Bold, Uni Sans Bold Italic, Uni Sans Heavy, and Uni Sans Heavy Italic. Desktop files are delivered as .otf and .ttf, Web versions are delivered in .eot, .svg, .ttf and .woff formats. Rely on Uni Sans whenever you need a functional, clear, sans-serif, that’s a little less predictable than the usual suspects. Its legibility makes it ideal in any number of circumstances, but especially on smaller screens such as mobiles and tablets. 001 002 012 011 010 009 008 007 006 005 004 003 013 The regular retail price of this typeface is $179 (for the desktop version) but for a limited time you can download all 14 fonts for just $19! Or download both desktop and web versions for just $28, that’s an 89% saving! Head over to MightyDeals to download Uni Sans today.

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