Modern humanist sans serif

Nick Job's picture

Anyone know this font?

aluminum's picture

I was going to say Process Type's Klavika, but it's not quite that. Close, though.

http://processtypefoundry.com/fonts/klavika/

Titlillium is also close, but, again, not quite:

http://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts/TitilliumText

Nick Job's picture

Thanks Darrel but don't think it's either of those.

Anyone else got any ideas?

fvilanakis's picture

you can consider also Frutiger Next or Open Sans

Nick Job's picture

Pretty sure it's not part of Frutiger-world.

flooce's picture

Seems to be Akko by Linotype

If not, maybe a similar one has an alternate /g/ character: Etelka Text Pro, FF Apex Sans, FF Max, FF Utility, Cinecav X Sans, Vista Sans, Engel, FF Unit

Nick Job's picture

Nope, none of those.

riccard0's picture

No hope for a better sample? Or hints at its source?

Atwe's picture

From the context on the sample this could well be a custom corporate typeface.

Nick Job's picture

>>>No hope for a better sample? Or hints at its source?

It was all I could find and it came from the Moving Brands case study about the HP brand which they have since removed at the request of HP.

Nick Job's picture

Yep, I think you might be right. I didn't think it was the new HP font ("HP Expressive") but the /a/ is double storey in the roman/upright and the rest of letters seem to fit too, although I think the sample may be the bold version of what is shown on your link above. Thank you.

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