Designed by Svetoslav Simov, Stan Partalev and Mirela Belova, Code Next is a sans serif font family. This typeface has twenty-two styles and was published by Fontfabric.
10 years later, one of the first geometric typefaces in our portfolio and a popular favorite of yours is rising to a whole new level!
We’re revealing the stand-alone type family Code Next—a staggering evolution from Code Pro in functionality, versatility, and application. The transformation includes 6 new weights, 10 new Italics, full support of Extended Cyrillic and Greek, full redesign and glyphs refinement, 2 variable fonts, to name but a few.
Going back to 2011, the grotesque-inspired Code Pro was designed to complement memorable pieces that make a statement. Balancing between stylization and simplification, it was encoded with the distinct voice of basic organic shapes to stand the test of time. Little did we know, it would expand and live up to the potential of a “font from the future” as the new Code Next.
Today, a type family of 22 styles, this geometric sans solidifies its relevance and carries a strong constructive aesthetic through simplified forms with a twist.
These fit any modern design in print, web, and display visualization. Developed to go above and beyond, Code Next comes prepared for multi-script projects with Extended Latin, Extended Cyrillic, and Greek.
Explore Code Next’s versatility and switch things up with the help of 2 variable fonts, more than 1280 glyphs, and an extensive OpenType features set including small caps, standard and discretionary ligatures, contextual and stylistic alternates, stylistic sets, case sensitive forms, and much more.
• Font family of 22 fonts
• 10 weights
• Languages - Full support of Extended Latin; Extended Cyrillic; Greek
• Entirely refined design and metrics
• Glyph count - 1288
• Variable fonts - 2 fonts
• Small Caps
• Standard Ligatures
• Discretionary Ligatures
• Contextual Alternates
• Stylistic Alternates
• Stylistic Sets
• Case-Sensitive Forms
• Localized Forms
• Lining Figures
• Proportional Figures
• Tabular Figures
• Oldstyle Figures
• Scientific Inferiors
• Numerators and Denominators
• Roman figures
• Extensive mathematical support
• Navigation symbols