``Web typography refers to the use of fonts on the World Wide Web. When HTML was first created, font faces and styles were controlled exclusively by the settings of each Web browser.``
``Put simply, it is the art, design, and arrangement of text (referred to as type)—a concept borrowed from traditional print design. It is as much about what you don’t do with your type as what you do. On the web, typography often gets very little attention, and there are certain technological limitations that can cause web typography to suffer when compared to print typography. However, with the tools available to you, there’s no reason why type cannot be presented on the web in a wide variety of stylish and beautiful forms.
Typography on the web is a lot more limited, because we must design using fonts and positioning, etc that we know will be available on the computers of the users that will look at their web sites—it is no use just designing for yourself on the web!
Limitations of web typography include:
- A reduced selection of fonts;
- No hyphenation, making full justification look ugly when a column of text gets narrow;
- Poor control over kerning (ie, the spacing between the letters);
- A lack of control over how the work is viewed—designers must account for a wide variety of screen sizes, resolutions and environments;``
Knubi - Lowercase
Knubi - A
Knubi - Uppercase
Knubi - Currency
Knubi - Numbers
Knubi - Symbols
There are two options for you to choose from.
- Personal use: This is the FREE one;
- Commercial use;
If you’re interested in getting your hands on knubi regular click on the download link or click here and it will take you to a page where there’s two download options.