Vox, an extensive monoline sans serif family, is the manifestation of the idea for a typeface that can be both precise and friendly, yet contain enough choice of totally interchangeable variation for a more defined appearance, ranging from the clean and nondescript information relayer to the angular, futuristic and sleek headline maker.
The main character set, including extended support for Latin, Cyrillic and Greek scripts, is complemented with small caps, a full alternate character set, and even more alernates, in three weights and corresponding italics across the board — 24 fonts in all. The Pro (OpenType) version is 6 fonts containing over 1000 characters each, and pre-loaded with the following OT features: Small Caps (including SC numbers, punctuation and enclosers), Caps To Small Caps, Stylistic Alternates, some Fractions, and some Contextual Alternates.
Vox is priced affordably as piecemeal or a complete package.
Font, Futuristic, Sans Serif