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AmpleSoftPro Typeface

AmpleSoftPro Typeface In Use

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About AmpleSoftPro Typeface

Ample is a display type family, optical mono linear, and a bit squarish in nature. It has a smooth curve instead of sharp angles formed by the junction of two strokes, which is a prominent feature of its design.

It is designed to be a little eye-catching yet legible. It has clear and distinguishable letterforms, which helps to elaborate and emphasize the message. It is graphically strong and commands the viewer’s attention. The overall appearance of type is suitable in setting it as heading, title, headline, etc.

The type family consists of six weights viz. Thin, ExLight, Light, Regular, Medium, and Bold. Considering the nature of this type of family, italics have been excluded.

Ample is designed in a period between 2013 and 2014.

AmpleSoftPro typeface is a member of Ample typeface lineage:

  1. Ample – This is the first originating typeface, later having multiple propagations.
  2. AmpleAlt – This version of Ample typeface has narrow apertures in various characters like a, c, e, etc.
  3. AmpleSoft – This version of Ample typeface has soft edges.
  4. AmpleSoftPro – This version of Ample typeface has an extended language character set which includes Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Polish, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, and Vietnam.
  5. Altissimo – This version of Ample typeface has a large x-height and with few alternate character style.
  6. Alpineo – This version is a far cousin of Ample typeface. It has a large x-height, optical monolinear stroke, a bit squarish, and a distinct stroke-joint style, which is the prominent feature of its design.
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