Here it is, the RawengulkSans Font from Poland based Gluk Fonts. A nice, strong Sans Serif typeface that reminds me off Monotype Imaging Univers (you know, Univers was designed by Adrian Frutiger on Swiss principles for Charles Peignot) or so many other popular typeface that run without fancy serifs slowing them down. Rawengulk would by as ideally suited for body copy as it would fit well as a catchy headline. Download the Opentype Face font.
Nadia Serif comes to us from Nadia Knechtle at Quersicht :: Visuelle Gestaltung in Freienbach, Switzerland. A nice, friendly slab serif face that would be nice for text or display use equally. Nice solid slab serifs with subtle round corners give Nadia a less cold and more friendly look and don’t look too much like a typewriter or boring monospace typeface that feels a little bit like a slightly less angular Aptifer Slab from Linotype. Download Nadia Serif TTF.
A creative commons typeface called Acid (personal edition), supplied in Regular, Bold, Italic, Bold Italic, Medium and Medium Italic! Thanks to designer Stephan Baum, of Trier, Germany. Acid reminds me of a less chunky version of a nice face from t26 called Dubius, with maybe a little bit of Franklin Gothic Light in the mix. Modern, legible, maybe a little grotesk, a nice all around face that has a lot of uses – and the six version really help! (two fonts in a row from designers based in Trier, and it was totally unplanned.. Trier is font central these days, it seems!) Download the Acid family of six OTF faces.
Sertig is a free opentype face that comes to us from Slovakian WordPress theme designer Dannci, via Type the Font. This font contains 371 Characters – upper case, lower case, numerals, punctuation and a lot more – making it an ideal font to use in a lot of situations. A Swiss influenced sans-serif face like this is always good to have on-hand, it is pretty straight forward with its grotesk characteriscs and adds interesting design elements that become noticeable at larger sizes – check out that angular facet on the bottom of the G and the leaning top of the letter I, at smaller sizes it fits in nice where any other swiss face will do. Sertig reminds me a bit of an old Bistream favorite, Swiss721. Download Sertig OTF file.