Heinemann Special Fonts Collection

Heinemann Special Font Family.

The Heinemann fonts were designed by the in-house design team of Heinemann educational publishing. The focus was to create a highly legible font family for reading books and literacy products. The basic Heinemann type family has longer ascenders and descenders. This is very helpful for children to distinguish between letters. The clean and modern typeface with rounded edges helps readers focusing on the individual letters.
The Heinemann Special font collection offers further modified characters and kerning pairs. The design team has created the Heinemann fonts in cooperation with teachers, literacy advisors, and of course with the help of children. After a long period of testing in schools and and learning institutions, the Heinemann fonts and are now available for everyone. The fonts work great for both print and digital media.

The Heinemann Special fonts collection is available for purchase on MyFonts.com

Heinemann Fonts
Heinemann Fonts
Heinemann Special Roman Font
Heinemann Special Roman Font
Heinemann Special Bold Font
Heinemann Special Bold Font
Heinemann Special Black Font
Heinemann Special Black Font
Heinemann Special Fonts - Odds and Ends
Heinemann Secial Fonts – Odds and Ends

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  1. This is a really nice font. The larger ascenders and descenders, the kerning between the “r” and “n” make perfect sense. Distinguishing similarly mirrored letters from each other was a great idea. The only character I really dislike is the “9.” It looks like a standard lowercase “q.” It seems to go against the established paradigm the font sets up; to distinguish characters.

    Am I the only one who sees that?

    • Upon further inspection, the only thing that I can think is that they tried to differentiate the “6” and “9.” It just seems so drastically different from other “9” characters that it may effect the way an early learner reads the font.

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