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14 styles,
2014
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    $40
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Input Sans Narrow ThinInput Sans Narrow Thin
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    $5
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    $5
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    $7
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Input Sans Narrow Thin ItalicInput Sans Narrow Thin Italic
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    $5
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    $5
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    $7
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Input Sans Narrow ExtraLightInput Sans Narrow ExtraLight
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    $5
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    $5
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    $7
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    $5
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    $5
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    $7
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Input Sans Narrow LightInput Sans Narrow Light
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    $5
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    $5
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    $7
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Input Sans Narrow Light ItalicInput Sans Narrow Light Italic
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    $5
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    $5
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    $7
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Input Sans Narrow RegularInput Sans Narrow Regular
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    $5
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    $5
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    $7
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Input Sans Narrow ItalicInput Sans Narrow Italic
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    $5
  • Web
    $5
  • App
    $7
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Input Sans Narrow MediumInput Sans Narrow Medium
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    $5
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    $5
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    $7
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Input Sans Narrow Medium ItalicInput Sans Narrow Medium Italic
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    $5
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    $5
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    $7
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Input Sans Narrow BoldInput Sans Narrow Bold
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    $5
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    $5
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    $7
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Input Sans Narrow Bold ItalicInput Sans Narrow Bold Italic
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    $5
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    $5
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    $7
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Input Sans Narrow BlackInput Sans Narrow Black
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    $5
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    $5
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    $7
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Input Sans Narrow Black ItalicInput Sans Narrow Black Italic
  • Desktop
    $5
  • Web
    $5
  • App
    $7
About

Input is a collection designed to satisfy any typographic needs of coders. Sans, Serif and Mono fonts will help make a complicated structure of a code clearer and more attractive visually, as well as slightly remind of the aesthetics of pixel fonts from the screens of first computers.

Input has large letter spacing and large punctuation which makes the font easier to read even on the screen filled with small-sized text. Don’t hesitate to use Input if you are writing a code in Cyrillic — this part of the job was advised by Maria Doreuli. You also shouldn’t be afraid of using Input if you don’t do coding at all — the typeface has already made it to design of a music show at London’s Apple Store, for example, as well as to an election campaign by the US Vice President Kamala Harris.

Features

Standard ligatures, fractions, ordinals, denominator, numerator, subscript / inferiors, superscript / superiors, slashed zero, ten stylistic sets

Languages

Afrikaans, Belarusian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Esperanto, Estonian, Finnish, French, Gaelic (Irish), Galician, German, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Kurdish (lat), Latvian, Lithuanian, Mongolian (lat), Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovene, Spain, Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian, Uzbek (lat)

Authors

David Jonathan Ross

David Jonathan Ross is a type designer from LA, graduate of Hampshire College, founder of the artist residence Open Studio and co-curator of an archive of the cursive signs of Los Angeles.

Since May 2017, Ross has been sending one font a month to the Font of the Month’s subscribers, all while sharing the scripts for improving those on GitHub for free. Many of his popular typefaces — such as Fit, Forma, or Roslindale — first appeared precisely in those letters to the members of the Font of the Month.

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