Would you like to learn more about your fonts? For example, you have a cool retro-looking font that you want to know how it works. This is where Heavitas comes in. They are a font history resource. They have detailed information on all their fonts which is pretty interesting if you are interested in learning more about them.
If we see a picture, we often imagine we can almost touch it, and we can’t help but “touch” this type of layout as well as you can practically feel the sensation of seeing the words. An exciting font design will influence your work as a designer to contribute to the recognition of your work. For me, the Heavitas font is one of those fonts that have been growing so far from the moment I first saw it, and I’m sure it will continue to rise in popularity among design lovers.
|Font Name:||Heavitas Font|
|Font Designer:||Mr. Deepak Dogra|
|Type:||Sans Serif, Basic|
|License:||Free for personal use!|
As you look at its texture, you feel it as if it were the Brown Font or the Heebo Font. He also decreases the height just a little bit to make a difference but increases the width.
With the help of that font, even long texts can be read without the texture spreading across the page. As a result of its thick consistency, it is very well maintained.
This is why it is the perfect choice for official work. The problem is that it may be a bit difficult to use for small text-like paragraphs. Therefore, it should be used for bold headings but sections. It should be another slim font family.
One traditional style is available in Heavitas Font, along with the Truetype features. Featuring 217 characters and 2048 elements per em, this style has 217 characters in total.
In addition, it can support several languages, thereby providing a global reach. You can then use your designs in languages other than English.
That awesome font is a premium font, but the main thing about it is that you have to pay Mr. Dogra $15 if you intend to use it commercially.
Following that, you can openly use this for different work operations. Examples include t-shirt printing, book covers, logo designs, unique emblems, web development, app development, quote matching, official cards, and many others.
Note: These fonts are copyrighted and licensed by their authors. To check for their license agreements , check the download files. Furthermore, to check more details visit their private or public domains.