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Neue Helvetica Font
Neue Helvetica is a modernized version of the classic typeface that has been refined for superior design proportions, improved legibility and an expanded range of uses. It features full support for pan-European languages, as well as Arabic, Armenian, Cyrillic, Georgian Greek Hebrew Thai and Vietnamese characters. To create a comprehensive global typographic solution Neue Helvetica can be paired with other Monotype global fonts such as Saral Devanagari (Devanagari), Tazugane Gothic or Yu Gothic (Japanese), YD Gothic 100 or YD Gothic 700(Korean) M Ying Hei PRC or M Hei PRC (Simplified Chinese) and M Ying HK or M Hei HK(Traditional Chinese).
To ensure optimal results when using Neue Helvetica it is important to understand how to use its various features properly. For example one should pay attention when setting text in different weights: light weight should be used sparingly while bold weight can provide emphasis on certain words but too much will make the font look heavy handed. Additionally kerning must also be adjusted appropriately so that letters are evenly spaced out from each other creating a more cohesive aesthetic overall. Finally leading which refers to line spacing between lines of text must also be considered; if set too closely together then readability may suffer whereas if set too far apart then readers may feel overwhelmed by large amounts of white space on their page .
Overall Neue Helvetica offers designers an excellent opportunity to create beautiful typography without compromising legibility due its vast array of language support options combined with technical refinements designed specifically for this purpose making it one the best choices available today!
Designers: Max Miedinger, Linotype Design Studio
Original Foundry: Linotype
Design Owner: Linotype
MyFonts debut: Jan 1, 2000 Currently #2 inBest Sellers. Neue Helvetica® is a trademark of Monotype Imaging Inc. registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and may be registered in certain other jurisdictions.