Segoe UI Font Free Download

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Steve Matteson designed the Segoe font family. It is widely used in Microsoft applications. It is one of the parts of this enhanced font family. It contains many variants, and you can obtain it for free.

It’s a readable and understandable typeface that was applied in a wide range of Microsoft products and applications. Hence, graphic designers use this font. There are two main versions of Segoe UI: a set of fonts for screen display and another set for printing documents.

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This font has four subfamilies, three designed by Steve Matteson and one designed by Christian Schwartz. The four subfamilies are: “Light”, “SemiLight”, “SemiBold” and “Bold”. Each font has six weights (from Light to Bold), except for the “Gras” version, which only contains four weights.

Segoe UI font
Segoe UI font

The original font was created in 2004 by Steve Matteson, who also created the Verdana, Georgia, Tahoma, and Trebuchet MS fonts for Microsoft. The font family was extended with three new styles in 2007 by Christian Schwartz. In Windows 8, Microsoft added Gras as the fifth subfamily.

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It has been used extensively in Microsoft’s various software products, from Windows Vista to Office 2007 and beyond. The Segoe typeface has also been used on the covers of the American editions of J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter books.

Title Segoe Ui Font
Artist Steve Matteson
Founding Microsoft Typography
Category Sans-Serif
File Type Opentype & Truetype
Issued Date 2004
License Type Free for Personal Use
Style Free Version
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