About the Encode Sans Expanded Font
Encode Sans Expanded font is a sans-serif family that belongs to the Encode Sans superfamily, which consists of five families: Normal, Condensed, Semi Condensed, Semi Expanded, and Expanded. Each family has nine weights, ranging from Thin to Black, making a total of 45 fonts in the superfamily. Encode Sans Expanded is the widest family, with a width of 125% compared to the Normal family.
Encode Sans Expanded font is a versatile workhorse sans serif font, designed to handle all kinds of typographic challenges. It has a neutral and contemporary appearance, suitable for both text and display use. It also supports a wide range of languages, covering all 104 Latin languages. It includes features such as tabular and old-style figures, small caps, fractions, ligatures, and stylistic alternates.
Download & License
Encode Sans Expanded is a free and open-source font, licensed under the SIL Open Font License (OFL). This means that anyone can use, modify, and redistribute the font for personal or commercial purposes, as long as they follow the terms of the license. The license also allows embedding the font in documents, web pages, and applications.
Encode Sans Expanded is a collaborative project, led by Impallari Type, a foundry based in Rosario, Argentina. It was initially designed by Pablo Impallari and Andres Torresi and later improved by Rodrigo Fuenzalida, Marc Foley, and Thomas Jockin. The project is hosted on GitHub, where anyone can contribute, report issues, or request features.
Encode Sans Expanded is a font that offers a huge range of possibilities for designers and users alike. It is a font that can adapt to any situation, and deliver a clear and elegant message. It is a font that you can encode your ideas with.