This Sans-Serif font’s readability makes it a perfect choice if you’re designing product packaging, web design, and other projects that require a font that pops out even from afar.
The Norwester came to life through Jamie Wilson, a Twilio developer. Unlike Newake, it is thinner and more condensed. Plus, it has unique designs for glyphs and letters.
This font family also has a larger number of glyphs (508 glyphs, to be exact), five weights (extra light to extra bold), and five styles (extra light italic to extra bold italic).
As the name suggests, the Public Sans font is open to the public and can be downloaded to your computer without a hassle.
Sometimes we want a little more style and variety. Thankfully, there’s always Atami. The Atami, one of the few 3D fonts, is perhaps the most versatile sans-serif font on this list.