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EastDesigner: Donald Tarallo
Publisher: Tarallo Design
East was developed by Donald Tarallo and published by Tarallo Design. East consists of 13 styles and family plan alternatives. The font is currently # 32 in Hot New Fonts. p >

East is a sans serif condensed font style. It has six weights between Light and Bonus Vibrant. A variable font is likewise readily available.

Clarity and versatility make East a good option for app style, branding, movie titles, information, bundles, posters, and publications. It is easy, friendly, and confident.

Its condensed design makes it easy to fit text in tight spaces. The light weight has outstanding clearness for easy reading, even at little sizes. The Extra Strong weight will catch attention as a heading or large body text.

The name "East" is meant to evoke optimism, movement, travel, and the dawn. It is timeless and current with a subtle nostalgia-inspired by the charming one-off sans serifs on early Jazz albums, movie titles, papers, and road signage.

East has many OpenType functions (please see slides). It provides eight stylistic sets. These can rapidly change large amounts of text. It has a set for a one-story "a" for simpler paragraph textures, and a set for connected letters (f, j, l, r, t, y) for a warmer and spirited character. A seriffed uppercase I and 1 along with a slashed no offer much better legibility when needed. There are also sets for a curly German eszett, cap-aligned punctuation for Spanish, and a raised colon. Other OpenType alternates include; three different uppercase German eszetts, a tapered exclamation point, an alternate 4, basic ligatures, discretionary ligatures, a tapered asterisk, and a set of bullets (round, square, and diamond).

It also contains vertically stacked pre-built fractions. Diagonally built alternatives are provided for the typical portions (one quarter, one half, and 3 quarters, percent, per thousand).

It will support western and main European languages in addition to other Latin-based composed languages (look for your language). There are some Greek math-related glyphs and mathematics signs beyond the common ones.

Read on if you are not knowledgeable about variable fonts.

What makes a variable font special is that all font weights are within one file and you can incrementally control the width and italic slant between Light (300) and ExtraBold (800 ). These modifications are commonly made with slide controls in the font/type scheme of the software application. Variable font styles are also smaller sized in file size, benefitting both web and software application performance.

Currently variable typefaces are supported by Adobe, Sketch, Corel Draw, and a lot of web browsers. Look for your software application assistance here: www.v-fonts.com/support.

Font Family:
· East Light
· East Light Oblique
· East Regular
· East Regular Oblique
· East Medium Oblique
· East Medium
· East Semi Bold Oblique
· East Semi Bold
· East Bold Oblique
· East Bold
· East Extra Bold Oblique
· East Extra Bold
· East Light Variable

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