A typeface designed for source code

#2 Product of the DayAugust 30, 2015

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.

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Eric Willis
Eric WillisHunter@erictwillis · Working on something new
Hack includes monospaced regular, bold, oblique, and bold oblique sets to cover all of your syntax highlighting needs.
Andrew Mager ♫
Andrew Mager ♫@mager · Moving people with code at Postmates.
Just installed it. I like how it looks so far.
Douglas Finley
Douglas Finley@dougdidntdoit · Founder @ SocialChomp
Free and open source
Trantor Liu
Trantor Liu@trantorliu · The founder of CakeResume
Tried it on my sublime. This is beautiful!
Peter Thomson
Peter ThomsonHiring@peterjthomson · Digital Strategist
I also find it good for copywriting (not just coding) because it's a bit softer than normal "coding" fonts.