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Light 3 styles

TT Ricordi Marmo is an original experimental project inspired by inscriptions at Basilica di Santa Croce in Florence.

Medium 4 styles

TT Ricordi Greto is an experimental project, inspired by a floor plaque dating from 1423 found in the Basilica di Santa Croce, Florence.

TT Norms Pro Normal 67 styles

TT Norms Pro is your favorite TT Norms, but much, much better. TT Norms Pro includes 22 reworked fonts, 1581 glyphs in each font, 24 OpenType features, support for more than 216 languages and more.

Bold 21 style

TT Travels Next is a very trendy and modern wide display sans serif for use in different sets, be they print or web.

ExtraLight 4 styles

TT Globs is the first font from the TypeType Starter Kit line.

Bold 21 style

TT Commons Pro is a completely redesigned version of the well-established classic font family TT Commons.

Regular 21 style

TT Commons Pro Condensed is a narrow version of the universal grotesque TT Commons Pro. Additional width increases opportunities of using font family in design.

TT Commons Pro Expanded is a wide version of the universal grotesque TT Commons Pro.

Regular 19 styles

TT Fors is a modern geometric sans serif with characters and shapes contrasting in width.

Regular 13 styles

TT Fors is a modern geometric sans serif with characters and shapes contrasting in width.

TT Ricordi Nobili is a display serif with a rich Roman ancestry and contemporary world views.

TT Ricordi Todi is a wide serif with a classic base and a contemporary spirit.

Modern Fonts

Modern fonts can be associated with something very eccentric and unusual, but in reality, they have appeared much earlier than one would think. This font classification emerged in typography in the 1880s as a result of the increase in the quality of paper and new printing techniques.

Thin horizontal serifs, vertical letters and contrasting height differences are the characteristic traits of modern fonts. These fonts usually look laconic and neutral.

Of course, in modern typography, the appearance of this category of typefaces has changed. Type designers are constantly looking for new shapes and experimenting with graphics, giving their typefaces a different mood, while maintaining the relevance and aesthetics of modern typefaces.

Even if this is the first time you hear about this category of fonts, visually it will definitely seem familiar to you. Many well-known companies use modern typefaces in their corporate identics. These fonts are so beloved by marketers and brand managers around the world that often type designers develop an original modern font specifically for the needs of a particular brand.

Modern fonts adapt to changes in typography and trends, so they are becoming more and more relevant thanks to type designers. Now you can see modern fonts that are more geometric or fluid, futuristic or stern, they may convey different emotions or be completely neutral. Modern fonts may be antiquas or sans serifs, with different graphic features and characteristic elements.

Thanks to the broad variety of modern typefaces, it won’t be difficult to choose the one you need for your project. These typefaces can be used in printed materials or advertisements, but most of all, these fonts are loved for their crisp shapes and legibility. For this reason, modern fonts are often chosen for websites, applications and programs.

We can safely say that modern fonts can be chameleons, that is, they adapt to the mood of the project and convey different emotions depending on the area of ​​use.

Most often, modern fonts are chosen for projects related to IT, design or architecture, and creativity or technology. Also, such fonts are suitable for websites and projects that provide consulting services, because a modern font is most often neutral in nature. Moreover, modern fonts evoke pleasant emotions in most people, since such a typeface lacks trigger elements.

However, you can also find modern typefaces that are more expressive in character. Such fonts can suit brands with an innovative spirit, such as those related to electronics, automobile, or the space industry.

When it comes to print readability, most modern fonts work well on paper or other media.

Another characteristic feature of modern fonts is elegance. Such fonts may seem boring to some, but they almost always look aesthetically pleasing and versatile. Many people use modern fonts as system or interface fonts in corporate programs or applications, because modern fonts are convenient to read.

In the TypeType collection of fonts, you can find many modern fonts and choose the right one for your project.

By the way, the two most popular TypeType fonts are modern. These are the undisputed favorites and project darlings around the world, so they are really versatile and very adaptable. We are, of course, talking about TT Norms®️ Pro and TT Commons Pro!

However, we recommend that you have a look at the entire collection of modern TypeType fonts before choosing the right one. For example, take a look at TT Ricordi Marmo, TT Fors, TT Lakes Neue or the popular TT Interphases.