Source Sans Pro
|Classification||Grotesque sans-serif, Humanist sans-serif|
|Designer(s)||Paul D. Hunt|
|License||SIL Open Font License|
The typeface is inspired by the forms of the American Type Founders' gothics by Morris Fuller Benton, such as News Gothic, Lightline Gothic and Franklin Gothic, modified with both a larger x-height and character width and more humanist-influenced italic forms. It is available in six weights (Regular, ExtraLight, Light, Semibold, Bold, Black) in upright and italic styles. The typeface has wide language support for Latin script, including Western and Eastern European languages, Vietnamese, pinyin Romanization of Chinese, and Navajo.
Adobe's open source family
- Source Sans Pro, the first member of Adobe’s open source family.
- Source Code Pro, the second member of Adobe's open source family.
- Source Serif Pro, the third member of Adobe's open source family.
- Source Han Sans, the fourth member of Adobe's open source family and the first to include CJK characters.
- Source Han Serif, the last member of Adobe's open source family and includes CJK characters.
- Open-source Unicode typefaces
- Benton Sans – another commercial Benton revival, optimised for various weights, widths and optical masters for various sizes of text
- Trade Gothic – Linotype's competing design
- Paul, Ryan (2012-08-03). "Adobe releases Source Sans Pro, a new open source font". Ars Technica. Retrieved 2016-11-06.
- Hunt, Paul D. (2 August 2012). "Source Sans Pro: Adobe's first open source type family". Adobe Typekit Blog. Adobe Systems Incorporated. Retrieved 28 June 2014.
- Gilbertson, Scott (3 August 2012). "Source Sans Pro: Adobe's First Open Source Type Family". Webmonkey. Wired. Retrieved 28 June 2014.
- Rugen, Chris. "Source Sans review". Typographica. Retrieved 11 July 2015.
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