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Transistor Font | FREE Download

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Do You Have a Super-Condensed Sans in Your Design Arsenal?

Let's face it. Design in the wild is WAY different than design on a computer screen.

For example, sometimes big words need to fit in tight spaces (and look while they're doing it).

That's why we made Transistor.

Transistor is a super-condensed, flexible, sans-serif that's perfect for creating headlines and logos that have long words.


The Story

I've always been a fan of mid-century packaging. Especially old hardware store packaging.

Why? My best guess is because I spent a lot of time at my grandmothers growing up. In her garage there was a tool cabinet filled with rugged, faded boxes of screws, bolts, nails, electrical tape and every other kind of household packaging you can imagine.

Transistor is inspired by mid-century hardware packaging. The super-condensed characters give the font plently of utility (fit a lot of words in a little space). The monoweight/geometric forms pay homage to the rugged packaging used for hardware components.

Here's what's included with Transistor:

  • Complete alpha-numeric characters in all caps
  • Full Western European language support
  • Beautifully kerned to look great in tight situations
  • Produced in the popular OTF file format

You'll probably love Transistor if:

  • You do a lot of logo design work and often search for unique (but readable) fonts
  • You create a lot of posters and web work that requires you to fit long strings of text on one or two lines
  • You love to add touches of history to your design (without it dominating your work)

Be sure to share your work with me (you can message me via Creative Market). I love featuring designers work on the RetroSupply (www.retrosupply.co) blog and on social media.

Cheers,

Dustin


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What's the other font you're using?

Futura Bold. The entire Futura family is a must-have in my opinion. You'll pay a pretty penny for it but it will pay for itself. If you absolutely must use something else one decent alternative is Source Sans Pro. You can grab it for free here (as always be sure to read and respect the license): http://bit.ly/source-sans

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What software do I need to use this font?

When a font is installed on your computer, it can be used with any program that allows you to create text. Fonts will work in Microsoft Office applications, Adobe software, and almost any other program with a text editor. For additional details on OTF special features and installing your new font, check out the Font FAQ.

Note: As an exception, OpenType SVG fonts / color fonts require Photoshop CC 18.0+, Illustrator CC 22.0.0+, or InDesign CC 13.0.1+. To learn more about installing color fonts, check out this Color Font FAQ.