Neue Haas Grotesk

Designer/Foundry

Christian Schwartz/Monotype/Linotype

License

Commercial

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Best for

general/All-round

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OpenType
features

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Weight & Style
Variants

The digital version of Helvetica that everyone knows and uses today is quite different from the typeface’s pre-digital design from 1957. Originally released as Neue Haas Grotesk, many of the features that made it a Modernist favorite have been lost in translation over the years from one typesetting technology to the next.

Type designer Christian Schwartz has newly restored the original Neue Haas Grotesk in digital form – bringing back features like optical size variations, properly corrected obliques, alternate glyphs, refined spacing, and more.

It's my all-time personal favorite sans serif font. The most thing I love from Neue Haas Grotesk is the default kerning. it's tight by default and it looks very good at different sizes and different context. The second thing I love is that Neue Haas is it available with Adobe Cloud subscription via Adobe Font.
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