Designed by Richard Miller, Uniform Italic is a sans serif and display sans font family. This typeface has eighteen styles and was published by Miller Type Foundry.
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An eighteen font family. This contains every font in the Uniform Italic Family.
Uniform is now in Italics! Uniform is a multi-width geometric type family designed around the circle. The O of the Regular width is based on a circle, the O of the Condensed width is based on 1.5 circles stacked (with straight sides) and the O of the Extra Condensed width is based on two circles stacked with straight sides as well, and all other characters are derived from this initial concept. This unique idea creates a remarkably fresh type family that bridges the gap between circular geometric typefaces and condensed straight-sided typefaces. Uniform also included many Opentype features like Old Style Figures, Tabular Lining Figures, Alternate characters, Ligatures and more.
Uniform was first drawn starting with the Black weight. This careful process allows each character to look consistent and balanced through all weights. As a result, the typeface does not “break down” or lose its form in the boldest weights like many typefaces do.
The three widths of Uniform make an ideal type family for a host of various uses. From branding to web design, book covers to signage, Uniform is a very versatile solution to complex typographic needs.