Is Archie Andrews okay?
Why does Hermione Lodge only know one Spanish word?
What happened to Hal Cooper?
Why have the Pussycats disappeared?
Is Nana Rose actually a ghost?

Easy on the eye

Line, space, and legibility

Citrine is a study in curves, based upon word-processing and in-game text. A tall lowercase makes for easy reading, curved joints give it friendliness, and broad spacing delivers distinctive all-caps treatments.


Extending an idea

Citrine’s basic idea began as “a Havelock for reading.” Essential geometry delivers a sense of harmony, and forms sit broadly next to each other to be easily read, even onscreen and very small.

Citrine sets nicely in 87 languages

From Paris to Hanoi, you’re covered

Every character with an alternate or small cap form in the primary Latin-based scripts has a matching accented companion in lesser-spoken languages, so you can ensure your work translates accurately and fluidly wherever you publish.

for both print & screen

Special features that work as well in CSS as INDD

Each font includes instructions for calling special features in CSS. Design on the web doesn’t need to be any less detailed than print.

livable, liberal licensing

easy to understand, easy to choose

If you need a face for one purpose only, buy the XS license. If you want web, print, app and eBook-ready licensing, look at S to XL. Details are here.

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