The FF Din Font is a family of sans-serif typefaces that were created in 1995 and 1996 by Albert-Jan Pool. It is used for editorial and publishing, advertisements, and packaging, logos, and creative industries, posters, small and long texts, signage, and web and screen designing.
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FF DIN was designed by Alb
ert-Jan Pool, who had to make a new typeface for the weekly news magazine Der Spiegel in 1951. He wanted to create a typeface that could be used in both headlines and text and would work in both printed materials and photographs.
The original font family was called Neue Haas Grotesk (now Helvetica), and he wanted something similar with a few improvements. This became the first incarnation of FF DIN, which is still one of the most popular sans-serif fonts today. His goal was to create something neutral, so it could be used for any purpose without offending anyone’s sense of design or taste.
It came out almost perfectly at the time, but in 2002 it got a few updates on its character set and metrics to make it complete. The current family includes all individual fonts, and there are no italic versions of the fonts included, but italic can be created by using the original font as an outline.
The entire family consists of 28 different fonts, though some of them only have minor variations that can be created by mixing or changing weights or styles (see above). These 28 fonts include 14 different weights, from thin to black, as well as condensed and extended styles of each weight.