DIN Next™ Slab

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Now even more design possibilities with the popular DIN Next. With its technical and neutral character, DIN Next has earned a permanent place in contemporary typography. Now, DIN Next Slab expands the font family further, offering new design potential.
Now comes the next step, DIN Next Slab, also produced under the direction of Akira Kobayashi. On a team with Sandra Winter and Tom Grace, Kobayashi is creating the new font variant based on the optimized shapes of DIN Next. The expansion will make the popular font all the more flexible and versatile. Apart from that, the geometric slab serifs underline the technical and formal nature of the font and emphasize a central design element of DIN Next. More…
However, the team did have some challenges to overcome. While it is relatively easy to imagine DIN Next Light with slab serifs, the amount of available space quickly disappears when it comes to the Black styles. Winter explains that many tests and trials were necessary to find a compromise between space, letters and the serif shapes. Experiments with modified contrast in the weight or only one-sided serifs were quickly abandoned. The central, technical and powerful character of the font changed too much. Nevertheless, it was necessary to simplify slightly the shape of some letters, such as the ‘k’ or ‘x’, for example. These changes, first developed in the Black styles, were applied to all weights in order to lend the font a consistent appearance.
Like DIN Next, DIN Next Slab also has seven weights, which cover the range from Ultralight to Black, each with matching italic. There are various character sets in all of the styles and the four middle weights have small capitals available.
DIN Next Slab harmonizes perfectly with the styles of DIN Next: the basic letterforms and weights are identical. Both versions of the font can work together perfectly, not just in headlines and body text, but also within a text; they complement each other very well as design variations. With the new DIN Next Slab, Monotype expands the DIN Next super family consistently. With DIN Next Slab, you can underscore the technical and formal nature of the understated font not only in headlines, but in texts, as well. In this way, you have new and diverse potential for application, thanks to the way the different styles of DIN Next combine perfectly.

DIN Next™ Slab Font families

The DIN Next™ Slab includes the following font families:

  • DIN Next Slab Ultra Light
  • DIN Next Slab Ultra Light Italic
  • DIN Next Slab Light
  • DIN Next Slab Light Italic
  • DIN Next Slab
  • DIN Next Slab Italic
  • DIN Next Slab Medium
  • DIN Next Slab Medium Italic
  • DIN Next Slab Bold
  • DIN Next Slab Bold Italic
  • DIN Next Slab Heavy
  • DIN Next Slab Heavy Italic
  • DIN Next Slab Black
  • DIN Next Slab Black Italic

DIN Next™ Slab Preview

Here is a preview of how DIN Next™ Slab will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.

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