Niko, a font family based on a humanistic design by Ludwig Übele.
Designed and published by Ludwig Übele in 2019, the Niko font family was originally made as a typeface for a daily newspaper. Editors working in the publishing industry may know that fonts used for newspapers and magazines have to face some interesting design challenges in terms of paper and printing conditions as well as the requirements in different text sections and sizes such as headlines, subheadings, main body text, and captions. By creating the Niko typeface, the German designer wanted to produce a font that appears reliable and friendly while solving all of these challenges. Hence, the typeface is characterized by a relatively large x-height, which is combined with open letterforms to emphasize the sense of horizontality, leading readers’ eyes along the line. Niko’s lively look is resulting from its wedge-shaped stem heads. The carefully crafted letters are based on a humanistic design, which makes it quite comfortable to read, even in long text sections. Please read more below or click on the following link to purchase the family.
You can download the family at MyFonts.
The Niko font family is equipped with 54 styles including 9 weights and 3 widths plus true Italics, which add a subtle calligraphic flair to the family. When used on the screen, the typeface brings warmth and humanity to this digital medium. This family is a great choice for multiple applications such as editorials, brochures, websites, packaging, and corporate work. To learn more, just click on the following link.