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Microsoft Sans Serif Dubai is a modern typeface that was designed by a six-member team of Dr. Nadine Chahine in Monotype Foundry. It supports many languages and can be used by 80 million people all over the world.

You can use this typeface for creating beautiful text on your pictures and print media projects. It’s great for making posters, logos, novels, articles, newspapers, notes, reports, assignments, invoices, magazines, invoices, and more.

Dubai Font
Dubai Font

Dubai Font is a Google Font that you can download and use for free. The Dubai font family consists of four fonts. These are outlined below:

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Dubai Regular is a text font with some calligraphic influence in its design. It has a large x-height and moderate contrast, making it very legible. It works well both on print and screen and can be used in small sizes or larger sizes with ease.

Dubai Light is a suitable font for body copy in larger sizes. It is best used for longer texts such as novels or magazines and has been shown to perform better than other fonts at the same point size due to its higher x-height. As with Dubai Regular, it can be used on both print and computer screens without any loss of quality.

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Dubai Medium is more suited to shorter texts such as captions and advertisements. Its slightly condensed proportions mean that it performs better at smaller sizes than other fonts, which are condensed to the same degree.

Dubai Bold is bolder than the other three variants, making it ideal for headlines and stand-out.

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Title Dubai Font
Artist Monotype Foundry
Category Sans-serif
File Type TTF,OTF
License Type Free for Personal Use Only
Style Free Version

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