Georgia Pro

20 Styles

Originally designed in 1996 by Matthew Carter for Microsoft as a sturdy, dependable serif type for optimal clarity in online reading, Georgia has become a familiar and trusted voice in settings both on and off the monitor. Steve Matteson added new weights, a Condensed width, multiple figure sets & small caps (all with extensive hinting by Tom Rickner), extending Georgia Pro’s versatility in print as well as on screen; FB 2011

OpenType

Georgia Pro is available as full-featured OpenType fonts with small caps, both lining & oldstyle figures, and extensive pan-European language support.


Webtype
Georgia Pro is also available for online use with @font-face through the Webtype hosted font service.

Among other uses, Georgia Pro is recommended for Magazine, Book, Web and Corporate use.



Georgia Pro

Georgia Pro Minisite
Georgia Pro Minisite

Similar Fonts
· Miller

Compatible Fonts
· Big Caslon FB
· Big Moore
· Verdana Pro

Related People
· Thomas Rickner
· Matthew Carter