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NEW TYPE · August 3, 2014

Input. A flexible family of fonts for code by David Jonathan Ross

Today we release Input—fonts for code. Input is a flexible system of fonts designed specifically for code — and data — by David Jonathan Ross. It offers both monospaced and proportional fonts, all with a large range of widths, weights, and styles for rich code formatting.

The typeface is demonstrated to its fullest at input.fontbureau.com. There you’ll find interactive demos, complete design information, as well as the ability to customize your download. Go there now.

If you’ve already visited the Input site, or are looking for licensing information, then we have good news. Input is an unusual family for us: individual styles start at just $5, with heavy discounts for common packages. As always, prices are contingent upon the exact license, but for 1 computer, they are as follows: buy the full-width of one family (14 styles of Sans, Serif, or Mono) for $40; a full family of 56 styles for $80; or the complete offering of 168 styles for only $200.

License Input. Available in 168 Styles.
➝ View the Input PDF Specimen
➝ In addition to desktop licenses, Input is simultaneously available as webfonts from Webtype.


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