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TT Jenevers

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TT Jenevers

About font family

TT Jenevers is a modern serif with Dutch flavor. The font family features the characteristic details peculiar to Dutch serifs—these are the asymmetrical shape of serifs and an irregular slant of ovals. For example, in the letter «o» there is no slant, but it is present in p-q. In TT Jenevers, both lowercase and uppercase characters are of a large size, which makes it a rather display typeface. At the same time, the big half-ellipse of the lowercase characters does not allow the letters to stick, which allows the implementation of TT Jenevers in text arrays. The italics of the TT Jenevers are slightly narrower as compared to upright faces—this is done to ensure a greater density of the text array.

TT Jenevers font family consists of 12 fonts (6 upright and 6 true Italics), each of which has more than 740 characters. The typefaces include small capitals for Cyrillic and Latin alphabets, 33 ligatures, standard and old-style figures, and stylistic alternates. We have prepared two dissimilar stylistic sets, which allow changing the nature of TT Jenevers to a more hand-written one, or adding a futuristic touch to the typeface. In addition, you can find a large number of other useful features in TT Jenevers: ordn, case, c2sc, smcp, frac, sups, sinf, numr, dnom, onum, tnum, pnum, lnum, liga, dlig, salt, ss01, ss02, zero.

Language support

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Team

Ivan Gladkikh—head of the project
Philipp Nurullin—art director, type designer
Vika Usmanova—lead type designer
Nadezhda Polomoshnova—lead type designer
Marina Khodak—type designer
Nadyr Rakhimov—type designer
Victor Rubenko—hinting specialist
Yuri Nakonechny—technical engineer, debug tester

Release date

February 7, 2018

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Specimen

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Poster Images

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A modern serif with Dutch flavor

TT Jenevers
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In the letter «o» there is no slant, but it is present in p-q. In TT Jenevers, both lowercase and uppercase characters are of a large size, which makes it a rather display typeface. At the same time, the big half-ellipse of the lowercase characters does not allow the letters to stick, which allows the implementation of TT Jenevers in text arrays.

TT Jenevers
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The font family features the characteristic details peculiar to Dutch serifs

TT Jenevers
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The italics of the TT Jenevers are slightly narrower as compared to upright faces

TT Jenevers
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fifth (5) space

OpenType features

salt | Stylistic Alternates

agly

agly

liga | Standard Ligatures

fi ffh

fi ffh

dlig | Discretionary Ligatures

sp rt

sp rt

smcp | Small Caps

abcd

abcd

onum | Oldstyle Figures

1638

1638

case | Case Sensitive Forms

({[H]})

({[H]})

Ideal font pairs with TT Jenevers

What is a font pair, and what does it serve for?

A font pair is a combination of two fonts within one text block. Most often, one of the fonts in a pair is a more expressive headline font, and the other one serves to communicate information. Such fonts complement each other and help designers solve various tasks, like highlighting key elements, adding emotional expressiveness to the project, or separating semantic blocks.

How to choose fonts for a project: Several general recommendations

To begin with, establish the project's tone. Choose the fonts that stylistically match the main idea. After that, you need to determine the functions of each font in the project and their hierarchy: which font will complement the design and which one will serve to attract attention as the main element. You need to assess the difference between the fonts and decide what kind of information each of them should convey. First, we recommend choosing the base font you will use most, and then you can find a suitable pair for it.

Core principles of font pairing and recommendations from designers

The main rule you should follow when matching two fonts is that both similarities and differences must be visible between them. You can highlight the coherence of fonts by the following characteristics: contrast, proportions, width, openness of characters, individual letter shapes, and overall tone. Feel free to experiment with different combinations. We also recommend analyzing the projects you like: this way, you can enhance your visual skills, elevate your knowledge base, and gain confidence in dealing with typography.

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