Bitter Font

by Huerta Tipográfica

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Slab-Serif
Bitter Font poster

4 font family styles

Regular Style

Bitter
postscript 504 glyphs 527 characters

Italic Style

Bitter Italic
postscript 501 glyphs 527 characters

Bold Style

Bitter Bold
postscript 504 glyphs 527 characters

Bold Italic Style

Bitter Bold Italic
postscript 506 glyphs 527 characters
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    About Bitter Font

    Motivated by my love for the pixel I designed Bitter. A "contemporary" slab serif typeface for text, it is specially designed for comfortably reading on any computer or device. The robust design started from the austerity of the pixel grid, based on rational rather than emotional principles. It combines the large x-heights and legibility of the humanistic tradition with subtle characteristics in the characters that inject a certain rhythm to flowing texts.

    Bitter has little variation in stroke weight and the Regular is thicker than a normal ‘Regular’ style for print design. This generates an intense color in paragraphs, accentuated by the serifs that are as thick as strokes with square terminals.

    Each glyph is carefully designed with an excellent curve quality added to the first stage of the design, that was entirely made in a pixel grid. The typeface is balanced and manually spaced to use very few kerning pairs, especially important for web font use since most browsers do not currently support this feature.

    This text you are reading is written using Bitter font.

    Designed by Sol Matas, published by: Google Fonts. The set includes Latin, Cyrillic and Devanagari.

    Source: http://www.solmatas.com/#/bitter/
    Foundry page: https://www.huertatipografica.com/en/fonts/bitter-ht

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    2011
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    Nate Halley
    Nate547
    almost 7 years ago

    It's a good modern slab-serif, better than most others I've seen. For a webfont, certainly better than Times New Roman or Garamond. But for offline text though, I'd almost prefer Liberation Serif.