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Font Tilda Sans

Font weights:

Light, Regular, Medium, Semibold, Bold, Extra Bold, Black combined in a variable typeface.

Languages:

English, Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, and others.

The character set includes extended Latin and Cyrillic scripts, additional ligatures, alternates, subscripts and superscripts, fractions, proportional and monospaced versions of numbers and currencies, as well as a set of special-case forms for the easy handling of uppercase letters.

OpenType functions: kern, aalt, calt, case, ccmp, dlig, dnom, frac, liga, locl, numr, ordn, pnum, salt, ss01, sups, tnum.

Number of characters: 673

Technical characteristics

Paratype: Dmitry Golub, Aleksandra KorolkovaTilda: Nikita Obukhov, Boril Karaivanov, Yana Plushcheva

Tilda Sans is a geometric sans serif typeface for the web that features seven font weights—from Light to Black—combined into a variable typeface that ensures faster page loading and easier use in text boxes, headings, subheadings, and in the general interface.

“We set the bar high when creating Tilda Sans: We wanted to create an expressive typeface with a neutral character, which would work for any website—from an online flower store to a designer’s personal portfolio. At the same time, we wanted the typeface to become the voice of the platform, which by default will make a great design of any website created on Tilda.”

“Tilda offers affordable tools so that anyone can create their own designs online. We have beautiful blocks and templates, but there was one more ingredient missing to make a website look cool by default—our own font.”

  • Nikita Obukhov – Tilda Founder

None of the existing fonts suited our needs. For example, when creating a page on Tilda, the default font you’ll use is Roboto. It’s okay, but it’s not quite up to par. What we needed was an expressive font that looks neat.

The closest reference was Futura. A very good typeface, in my opinion—a geometric sans serif that was designed years ago, but remains relevant today. We’ve taken its character and approach and created a new typeface—Tilda Sans—that meets the challenges of the platform.

Tilda Sans works well for both headings and body text, and also has a neutral character.

These characteristics will allow us to use the font for websites of different topics.

Tilda Sans is the standard typeface in the Tilda library.

“We will make the file freely available to everyone as soon as it has been fully tested on our platform. The font will also eventually become available in the Google Fonts library.”

Source: Tilda