Best of Typography Github Apps

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July 1st, 2018

Hack

A typeface designed for source code

Hack is a typeface that is designed for souce code text. It is a derivative of the Bitstream Vera Sans Mono and DejaVu Sans Mono lineage. Free, open source. MIT license. Open to contributions from anyone. Drop by our Github repository and weigh in.

Medium
The latest major version of the Hack typeface has landed. v3 is a more free & open face that can be customized with a new library of alternate glyph styles. We simplified the development workflow from top to bottom to support upstream contributions and downstream derivative project creation.
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Fontisto

the iconic font and css toolkit (Fontisto)

Fontisto gives you scalable vector icons that can instantly be customized: size, color, drop shadow and anything that can be done with the power of CSS.

IBM Plex

IBM's new corporate typeface

IBM Plex is designed Plex carefully to both meet our needs as a global tech company and express who we are as people. It took two years and a lot of work to get here, but today we have a signature typeface we’re proud and excited to share with the world. Plex is an open-source project (OFL) and free to download and use. The Plex family comes in a Sans, Serif, Mono and Sans Condensed, all with roman and true italics. The fonts have been designed to work well in user interface (UI) environments as well as other mediums. This project provides all source files and file formats to support most typographical situations.

TYPE Magazine
Big Blue's role in the typography history books might pass largely unknown, overshadowed by their computer and artificial intelligence endeavors. But if you look closer, IBM's design heritage dates back further and stands toe-to-toe with companies like Apple, Google, or Microsoft. IBM commissioned Courier, the most well-known and frequently-used monospace fo… See more
Quartz
For years, IBM has spoken in the language of Helvetica, an efficient, machine-like typeface designed to evoke a modern sensibility. Today, the 109-year old company is freeing itself from the cold, modernist cliché and replacing Helvetica with a new corporate typeface called IBM Plex. A font update may seem like a small matter to outsiders,...
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