About Merriweather Sans Font
Merriweather Sans is a family of low-contrast, semi-condensed sans-serif typeface designed by Eben Sorkin to be easy to read and legible on small screens. Merriweather Sans Font has a traditional feel, despite the modern shape used on the screen. It’s a member of the Serif Merriweather font family, and they can blend well with each other, although this is just a standard font set that isn’t overused and doesn’t look generic. If you are looking for fonts that do their job without being distracting, then this is your ideal choice.
Best Used For
merriweather sans font is deal for writing books or articles, agencies, financial services, or modern designs with a gender-neutral audience, titles, and long text of subtitles.
Merriweather Sans Font currently consists of 12 styles:
- Semi Bold
- Extra Bold
- Light Italic
- Medium Italic
- Semi Bold Italic
- Bold Italic
- Extra Bold Italic
Merriweather Sans also offers two variable fonts. Vertical or Roman can vary with different weight and oblique can also vary with different weight.
Updated in January 2016: This version improves text size, especially display performance, with ttfautohint hints. Merriweather Sans will work better when installed on a desktop computer. Added some OpenType features. Vertical and horizontal scales have changed, which may cause some text to be restored on some browsers. The second update (v1.006) was made on 1/25 to fix ligatures and other digraphs.
Merriweather Sans is a work in progress and will be constantly improved. This means that if you are outside the scope of your current job, you can request improvements and fund certain features. For more information and updates, visit Eben Sorkin Twitter.