Proxima Nova is an extremely popular typeface designed by Mark Simonson. It is often described as a hybrid of Futura and Akzidenz Grotesk, combining a geometric appearance with modern proportions.
In my opinion, Proxima Nova’s use on the web is so ubiquitous that it is starting to feel a little overused.
It’s still an excellent font though, so there’s a reason for its popularity. Proxima Nova is available in seven weights—thin, light, regular, semibold, bold, extra-bold and black—each with matching italics as well as small caps styles and condensed and extra-condensed widths.
The Proxima Nova family members is actually a complete remodeling of Proxima Sans (1994). The first 6 fonts (a few weights with italics) have been expanded to 48 full-featured OpenType fonts.
There are three widths: Proxima Nova, Proxima Nova Condensed, and Proxima Nova Further Condensed. Each and every width consists of 16 fonts-seven weights with matching italics.
Stylistically, Proxima Nova straddles the hole concerning typefaces like Futura and classic sans faces.
The end result is a hybrid combining humanistic proportions having a relatively geometric overall look.
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