In this article, we will introduce you to the display sans-serif typeface known as the Yantramanav Font. The charge of styling this typeface has been taken by American font designer Erin McLaughlin for the first time in 2014.
This typeface takes inspiration from the great sans-serif typeface namely Roboto Font. This is the reason that this typeface can easily be used in place of the Roboto font.
This typeface can also be used in place of display fonts as well. This typeface is a great choice for both the small and large text and this will add great style to the content.
The different glyphs of this typeface construct engaging word shapes and when this used with Ff Kievit Font this will add an elegant texture to the design. There is the proper space, height, and width in these typeface characters.
The below image will give you the proper idea of this font styling.
This sans-serif typeface adds a fine display looking to the designs and content as well. This typeface is a great choice for different headings and paragraph content.
This font is a great choice for both the small and large text as this will add a great look to both texts. This typeface is a multi-purpose font that can easily be used in different designs such as development tasks, card printing, product designs, and so on.
|File Format||OTF, TTF|
|License||Free for Personal Use|
This is free for personal and commercial use typeface that will not require any permission for its usage.
You will get this typeface in the zip file from the below button.
- Space Grotesk
- Work Sans
- POE Vetica New Light
- Assistant Light
Font Family Includes
- Yantramanav Regular
- Yantramanav Thin
- Yantramanav Light
- Yantramanav Medium
- Yantramanav Bold
- Yantramanav Black
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Can I Use Yantramanav Font on My Website?
Yes! You can use the Yantramanav website on your website and can make your website design more beautiful.
Can I Use Yantramanav for My Logo?
Of course! you can use the Yantramanav for your logo as well as all other graphic design projects.
What’s the Closest Font to Yantramanav?
The Aileron Font is very close to the Yantramanav font.
How to Install Yantramanav Font in Adobe and Ms. Word?