Averia Sans Libre Font Family
Averia is a stunning new sans serif typeface. It is generally a Unicode typeface superfamily made from the usual of all typefaces near the creator’s computer, and it means “breakdown” or “mechanical damage” in Spanish. It is connected to the root of the English word “average.” This lovely font was created and published by Dan Sayers. The font’s metrics are all the outcome of an averaging process. This font’s integrated glyphs are those found in the majority of the supply fonts.
The Averia Libre font families are based on an average of all 725 fonts in the Google Web Fonts project that were released under the SIL Open Font License on November 9, 2011. Averia Sans Libre exists in six styles, and you will find also the Averia Libre, Averia Serif Libre and Averia Gruesa Libre families. The font supports languages as Afrikaans, Albanian, Catalan, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Icelandic, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, English (United States, Computer), Swedish, Zulu. The Typeface is available in two different formats: OTF and TTF. Windows, Apple/Mac, Linux, Cricut, Silhouette, and other cutting machines are all compatible with the beautiful Sans serif Font.
Logos, branding, invites, stationery, wedding designs, logos, business cards, covers, t-shirts, social media postings, and more may all benefit from the Averia Sans Libre Font Family. It will also be used to create beautiful images and text in a range of colors and styles. It’s ideal for use in presentations that need to produce a distinct and pleasant impression, and it can keep the viewer’s attention on the content thanks to a sense of movement in each character.
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|Name||Averia Sans Libre Font Family|
|Font Licence||Free for Commercial use.|
Averia Sans Libre Font Family is available for free personal use. The Font is also free assessable for commercial purposes.