Blogger Sans was designed by Sergiy Tkachenko as the FirstSiteGuide’s custom typeface, created primarily for the use in headlines of the website. Blogger Sans draws inspiration from the clarity and legibility of the popular font Dosis with the additional support of the lost Cyrillic languages. The bolder weights are lighter and softer. The following elements (-b-d-h-k-p-q-y-) are shorter, thus the headlines and subheads could be put in the dense line spacing. In addition the outline of the Blogger Sans is more smooth with better eligibility.
Number of glyphs 547 and kerning pairs 2496 to expanded the number of supporting languages.
Supporting languages: Albanian, Basque, Belarusian, Bosnian, Breton, Bulgarian, Catalan, Croatian, Cyrillic, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Esperanto, Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, French, Frisian, Galician, German, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Lithuanian, Malagasy, Maltese, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian, Welsh (and more).
Blogger Sans comes in 4 incremental weights with total of 8 different outlines.
Since Blogger Sans supports Cyrillic, it supports regional features for Bulgarian and Serbian (partially) languages.
It also contains extra currency symbols, error signs, and dingbats.
Design, Publisher, Copyright, License
Publisher: Sergiy Tkachenko, 4th february type foundry
Copyright 2014 by Sergiy Tkachenko. All rights reserved.
License: Creative Commons Attribution License v4.00
Sergiy Tkachenko (b. 1979, Khrystynivka, Cherkasy region, Ukraine) lives in Kremenchuk, Ukraine, and has been a prolific type designer since 2008. Sergiy graduated from Kremenchuk State Polytechnic University in computer systems and networks in 2007.Web:
Typefaces: Boncegro, Dart 4F, Tkachenko Sketch 4F, Azoft Sans, Sansus Webissimo, Blogger Sans, Esqadero, Monitorica, Economica Cyrillic Pro
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Blogger Sans in Use
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