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  • Why the US Government Just Made Its Own Font

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    “Public Sans, a sharp new typeface for interface design has been made freely available, courtesy of a somewhat unusual source: the United States federal government.”

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    Looks like Pablo Impallari may have been directly involved in its production, but maybe his name was only mentioned in the font metadata as a "designer" because of how it was based off of Libre Franklin.

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    7 minutes ago, Abraham Lee said:

    his name was only mentioned in the font metadata as a "designer" because of how it was based off of Libre Franklin.

    I think that’s the most probable explanation.

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