A sans-serif typeface designed for improved legibility on the Internet has been created by London typeface specialist Dalton Maag. It was launched last week.
Interface comes in four standard weights – Regular, Bold, Oblique and Bold Oblique. It also features an extended character set that can be applied to countries around Europe.
Bruno Maag, Dalton Maag founder, says: “Typefaces are often not suitable for the computer screen unless you upgrade them. This typeface is suitable for screen-based presentation and offers designers a new addition to work with that they can just download into their system.”