Ubuntu font family

This is the Ubuntu Font Family.
It is a unique, custom designed font that has a very distinctive look and feel.

The way that typography is used says as much about our brand as the words themselves.

The Ubuntu typeface has been specially created to complement the Ubuntu tone of voice. It has a contemporary style and contains characteristics unique to the Ubuntu brand that convey a precise, reliable and free attitude.

It is used to create a strong look and communicate key brand messages. It has a distinctive look and it must be used on all communications.

The following section show the weights available and give guidelines on how to use typeface correctly.

Weights available

Ubuntu Regular – ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz /(.,:; ?!’-_+) 0123456789Ubuntu Regular Italic – ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz /(.,:; ?!’-_+) 0123456789

Ubuntu Monospace

A monospaced typeface is where each character has the same set width and spacing.

Ubuntu Sans Monospace is available in Latin, Greek and Cyrillic, and in the following weights: Regular, Bold, Italic, Bold Italic.

Ubuntu Hebrew

Available in the following weights: Regular, Bold, Italic, Bold Italic.

Ubuntu Arabic

Available in the following weights: Regular, Bold.

Ubuntu Regular

The following guidelines have been designed to help all of us create a professional, powerful, precise and consistent brand identity that clearly communicates the Ubuntu values.

Using Light and Regular

Ubuntu Regular

Use Ubuntu Regular for continuous text and sub-headings and highlighted copy within body copy.
Refer to the text section and web typography section for examples of how to use typography correctly.

Leading (line spacing)

For headlines please use 27/30pt. For continuous text please use Ubuntu Regular or Ubuntu Light. Please use a 3pt space. For legibility 9/12 pt is the ideal size and leading.

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