Hello, this is Frutiger

This legendary sans  serif typeface has been around since 1968. Its newest version, Frutiger Next, is a primary font for all things Swipe – both for display and text.

To use, begin your slide with <!-- font: frutiger -->

Hello, this is Trade Gothic

Trade Gothic’s condensed design makes it a great fit for headlines. It is popular in editorial and advertising design, and looks excellent in bold.

To use, begin your slide with <!-- font: tradegothic -->

Hello, this is Univers

Univers is one of the signature fonts for the Swiss style. It is strict, uniform, and very diverse at the same time. Beautiful when set either large or small.

To use, begin your slide with <!-- font: univers -->

Hello, this is Futura

Built from near-perfect circles and squares, Futura is a triumph of geometry over optics. It is futuristic, efficient, and timeless.

To use, begin your slide with <!-- font: futura -->

Hello, this is DIN Next

This German family was designed for signage and public use, with legibility and easy reproduction in mind. Still as good as it was 80 years ago.

To use, begin your slide with <!-- font: din -->

Hello, this is Brandon Grotesque

Released in 2010, Brandon Grotesque is built from round geometric forms that have been adjusted for legibility. It‘s a playful typeface that grabs the reader‘s eye without being too distracting.

To use, begin your slide with <!-- font: brandon -->

Hello, this is Century Gothic

This spacious, wide sans serif is excellent for display type. Use big.

To use, begin your slide with <!-- font: centurygothic -->

Hello, this is Rockwell

Rockwell is a strong slab serif that works well in both headlines and shorter text blocks. It’s a classic design that has been in use since the 1930s, and continues to impress.

To use, begin your slide with <!-- font: rockwell -->

Hello, this is Metro Nova

Monotype’s Metro Nova is a restoration of an old Metro design. With fun and unexpected forms, it manages to remain versatile and sturdy.

To use, begin your slide with <!-- font: metronova -->

Hello, this is Sabon

This modern serif typeface was designed in search of a universal font. Though far from universal, it has a unique style that looks great with appropriate text.

To use, begin your slide with <!-- font: sabon -->

Hello, this is Georgia

Though only 20 years old, Georgia is everywhere. Originally designed for Microsoft, this serif is brilliant in all sizes.

To use, begin your slide with <!-- font: georgia -->

Hello, this is Helvetica

The archetype of a typeface. This acclaimed Swiss design is everywhere for a reason – it looks excellent, carries no intrinsic meaning, and is perfectly legible, no matter the size.

To use, begin your slide with <!-- font: helvetica -->

Hello, this is Verdana

Verdana, with its large x-height and loose spacing, was designed to be digital. It’s a natural fit for large text blocks and snappy headlines.

To use, begin your slide with <!-- font: verdana -->

Hello, this is Monaco

This monospaced sans-serif was designed for Apple to use in OS X. Brilliant for code and texts where each space carries a meaning.

To use, begin your slide with <!-- font: monaco -->