DM Sans Font

About DM Sans Font

DM Sans font is a geometric and low-contrast sans serif for everyday use related to typography, designed by Colophon Foundry. The letterforms are clear, simple, and balanced to allow clarity and help the typeface communicate contents in a neutral, objective sound.

DM Sans font family includes three weights with matching italics, as well as a monospaced version and serif version that comes in both text and display optical sizes. It also has a wide range of OpenType features such as tabular figures, numerators and denominators, scientific inferiors, superscript and subscript numbers, lining figures, and case-sensitive forms.

DM Sans supports the extended set of Latin glyphs, enabling typesetting for English and other Western European languages. This font was commissioned by Google Fonts and released in 2019. The design was derived from Poppins by Jonny Pinhorn.

DM Sans font has open counters, a large x-height, and wide proportions to suit small sizes and small screens. If used more often, its fast, upbeat air makes it a good choice for projects ranging from editorial design to signage. It is particularly suitable for use in information design and anywhere a clean, modern aesthetic is needed.

Whether it’s online or offline, this font makes everything on the point. It can be used in a wide variety of graphic design, print, and digital projects. Here are some visualizations of where you can apply this font. For example, you can apply this font in headlines, articles, business cards, catalogs, contents, posters, brochures, directories, documentation, invoices, magazines, newspapers, stationeries, reports, records, resumes, banners, and more.


This font is licensed under the Open Font License, you can use it in your products & projects – print or digital, commercial or otherwise.

The DM Sans project was commissioned by Google from Colophon, an award-winning international foundry based in London (UK) and Los Angeles (US) that publishes and distributes high-quality retail and typefaces for analog and digital media. To contribute, see

4 4
How would you rate this?


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *