What is the Cambridge font?
Cambridge seeks to build on the popularity of Fiendstar amongst educational publishers and advertisers who need easy-to-read text in a classic sans serif format.
Cambridge is an elegant typestyle that is equally at home in a schoolbook or an annual report. Feedback from users has resulted in a handful of changed letterforms which remove any ambiguities between similar letter forms.
The family contains four weights in three widths and now benefits from matching italic form for all variants. More…
Cambridge Round provides a rounded version of all styles, useful for headings and more informal texts.
Cambridge Font families
The Cambridge includes the following font families:
- Cambridge Light
- Cambridge Light Italic
- Cambridge Regular
- Cambridge Italic
- Cambridge SemiBold
- Cambridge SemiBold Italic
- Cambridge Bold
- Cambridge Bold Italic
- Cambridge Light Cond
- Cambridge Light Cond Italic
- Cambridge Cond
- Cambridge Cond Italic
- Cambridge SemiBold Cond
- Cambridge SemiBold Cond Italic
- Cambridge Bold Cond
- Cambridge Bold Cond Italic
- Cambridge Light Exp
- Cambridge Light Exp Italic
- Cambridge Exp
- Cambridge Exp Italic
- Cambridge SemiBold Exp
- Cambridge SemiBold Exp Italic
- Cambridge Bold Exp
- Cambridge Bold Exp Italic
Here is a preview of how Cambridge will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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