What is the FF Attribute™ Text font?
FF Attribute™ Text is a proportional design with a faux monospace appearance. It has an industrial strength, minimalist vibe, making it perfect for attention getting, theme-based headlines, posters, banners and navigational links. And, because it is such a robust family, FF Attribute can also be used for branding of blogs, games, web sites and tech products.
FF Attribute comes in two families; Mono and Text. The Mono is a fixed width (monospace) design, while the Text is a proportional design. More…
FF Attribute was, in fact, initially designed for the use in code editor software. Its seven roman and italic monospaced weights and extended character set supporting a many languages, also make it a powerful communications tool. But this is only the tip of the iceberg. In addition to the monospaced version, where all characters share a fixed width, there is also a proportional, “faux monospaced” version: FF Attribute Text. The Text family keeps the visual character of a monospaced typeface, but wide letters are given more space while narrow characters have been drawn with correct proportions and spacing. FF Attribute Text looks monospaced – but it’s not.
Drawn by Viktor Nübel, FF Attribute Text’s 14 designs, huge character set, including box-drawing characters and user interface-icons, make it the Swiss Army Knife® of monospaced fonts.
FF Attribute™ Text Font families
The FF Attribute™ Text includes the following font families:
- FF Attribute Text Thin
- FF Attribute Text Thin Italic
- FF Attribute Text Extra Light
- FF Attribute Text Extra Light Italic
- FF Attribute Text Light
- FF Attribute Text Light Italic
- FF Attribute Text Regular
- FF Attribute Text Regular Italic
- FF Attribute Text Medium
- FF Attribute Text Medium Italic
- FF Attribute Text Bold
- FF Attribute Text Bold Italic
- FF Attribute Text Black
- FF Attribute Text Black Italic
FF Attribute™ Text Preview
Here is a preview of how FF Attribute™ Text will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.