Neutraface is a geometric sans-serif typeface designed by Christian Schwartz and released through House Industries in 2002. It was inspired by the design principles of architect Richard Neutra. Fast food chain Wendy’s famously uses Neutraface in their advertising material. Neutraface has been an extremely popular typeface in the print world since its release, however, on the web it isn’t used nearly as much. It’s available in several variations, including a version with a lower x-height for setting text called Neutra Text.
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