Dosis Font

by Pablo Impallari

Updated
Sans Serif
Dosis Font poster

5 font family styles

Bold Style

Dosis Bold
truetype 412 glyphs 407 characters

Book Style

Dosis Book
truetype 412 glyphs 407 characters

Light Style

Dosis Light
truetype 412 glyphs 407 characters

Medium Style

Dosis Medium
truetype 412 glyphs 407 characters

SemiBold Style

Dosis SemiBold
truetype 412 glyphs 407 characters
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    About Dosis Font

    Dosis is a very simple, rounded, sans serif family.
    The lighter weights are minimalist. The bolder weights have more personality. The medium weight is nice and balanced.
    The overall result is a family that's clean and modern, and can express a wide range of voices & feelings.

    It comes in 7 incremental weights: ExtraLight, Light, Book, Medium, Semibold, Bold & ExtraBold

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    2012
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    Nate Halley
    Nate547
    7 years ago

    It's a very nice design.... but lower g bugs me a bit. It doesn't look like it fits in 😕

    Nate Halley
    Nate547
    7 years ago

    @WolfLambert Could you point out the Unicode address? I'm not seeing it.

    Roger
    Spacini
    7 years ago

    I'm adding this set to my wishlist of type faces to be cast for letterpress printing. Elegant, clean, and beautiful to look at when composed on a single page.

    hevbee
    7 years ago

    Thank you very much 😄

    Nate Halley
    Nate547
    7 years ago

    @WolfLambert Well actually I called it the wrong thing 😞 The CSS character tag is what's given on the Character Map (when you click "view all"). Like the regular lower "g" is at g

    FontSpace
    fontspace
    7 years ago

    @WolfLambert There are 11 glyphs that have no unicode mapping, that is why they don't show up in the charmap. However, these can be used for OpenType features. I should really find a way to show these "hidden" glyphs without having to open up additional software ...

    Nate Halley
    Nate547
    7 years ago

    @fontspace Oh, I see now 😛 Shows me for not looking closely enough at the poster. Several alternate characters are used there.

    ChocoCookie
    almost 7 years ago

    I want to use this font for my college design competition, thanks

    James Glover
    jamesoglover
    2 years ago

    Love it!