Google Sans is a geometric sans-serif typeface designed by Google for use as a corporate branding face. The design is based off Product Sans but with slight optimizations that make it more functional as a text face. Product Sans was only intended for use in Google’s product logos, whereas Google Sans is meant to be more of an all around workhorse family. The font has begun to be seen more frequently in Google products—there are plans to bring it to Chrome OS, and it has been split tested in mobile search results. It also has been used sporadically in the new Gmail redesign where it is still mixed awkwardly with their previous branding face Roboto.
Based on font usage data on Typewolf, as well as site submissions designers have been sending me lately, these are the 10 fonts that I predict will be hot in 2019. When you subscribe to my weekly type roundup newsletter, I’ll send you a free PDF with a list of my predictions.