An open-source typeface family for all the world’s languages

Google and Monotype have collaborated to bring us a new typeface that can represent every known language.

One of the aims of the Noto project is to digitally preserve little-spoken or dead languages to help enable global communication “across borders, languages, cultures and time periods”. It also includes letters in multiple serif and sans serif styles in up to eight weights, as well as numbers, symbols and musical notations.

Noto font sample

via itsnicethat.com

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