Suggestions of Modern Sans Serif Fonts to use in Logotypes and Identities

ethypos's picture

Hi everybody.

I'm looking for suggestions of modern sans serif fonts, I like Precious Sans, and to certain level Ubuntu but want more options that you consider relevant.

Thanks in advance

David Sudweeks's picture

Please describe what you like about Precious Sans, Ubuntu. Is your interest in these types tied to a project?

Nick Cooke's picture

Well I for one won't complain if you use Precious Sans, I'd say that's an excellent choice - go for it!

Andreas Stötzner's picture

“Sans” is a very wide scope to match …

An alternative to Precious Sans may be E. Kayser’s Prokyon (http://www.dutchtypelibrary.nl/)

ethypos's picture

Hello.

Thanks for all your comments.

In need this font for a identity logotype for a network services company.

I choose these two fonts because are fresh looking
I want that the "n" doesn't have the ascender and "a" the descender.

Precious sans meets the first one but not the second.

Ubuntu meets booth but is rather common.

I try to find the font of this company logo without success.

http://www.connection.uk.com (althoug not big fan of the kerning BTW)

So, that's the reason I was looking for help.

Thanks.

riccard0's picture

Lots of suggestions in this thread:
http://www.typophile.com/node/68016

Also, you could do a (Google) search on Typophile for "spurless".

ethypos's picture

Many thanks for the suggestions, good options to choose.

Anyway, more suggestions still welcome.

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