Tal Leming one of the famous typeface designers created the United Sans font. This beautiful font is specially designed for House Industries. It was firstly published in 2006. This font has a very simple and unique design. So it can be compatible with most of the designing projects.
It contains almost 300 unique glyphs. It also has a huge variety of styles and weights. This font contains up to 25+ unique styles. So this is one of the versatile fonts. It means that you can utilize this versatile font in every type of project.
It is a sans serif typeface. TTF and OTF are both file formats that are available for this font. Similar fonts like and this will be a perfect match for different designs.
If you don’t want to install this beautiful font and want to try it first. Then you can generate this classic font online with the help of the United Sans font generator. You can also see its preview in the view section given below.
Designers utilize this unique beautiful thin font in many designs. Yes, it has some issues when used as a small size text. But this looks awesome when used text in bigger sizes. Web Designers can easily import this font in the CSS(Cascading Style Sheet) for website content styling.
This is the type of font you can use in most projects such as designing logos, page covers, business cards, brochures, newspapers, certificates, and many more. This classic font is suitable to design websites, stadium branding, logos, games, invitation card, and trade show displays, web page design, stylish quotes, organization branding, etc.
View of United Sans Font Family
|Name||United Sans Font|
|File Format||TTF & OTF|
|License||Free for personal use|
It is free of cost for personal use. If you want to use it commercially with more features you have to buy a license.
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United Sans Font Family Includes
- United Sans Condensed Thin
- United Sans Condensed Light
- United Sans Condensed Medium
- United Sans Condensed Bold
- United Sans Condensed Heavy
- United Sans Condensed Black
- United Sans Condensed Stencil
- United Sans Semi Condensed Thin
- United Sans Semi Condensed Light
- United Sans Semi Condensed Medium
- United Sans Semi Condensed Bold
- United Sans Semi Condensed Heavy
- United Sans Semi Condensed Black
- United Sans Semi Condensed Stencil
- United Sans Regular Thin
- United Sans Regular Light
- United Sans Regular Medium
- United Sans Regular Bold
- United Sans Regular Heavy
- United Sans Regular Black
- United Sans Regular Stencil
- United Sans Semi Extended Thin
- United Sans Semi Extended Light
- United Sans Semi Extended Medium
- United Sans Semi Extended Bold
- United Sans Semi Extended Heavy
- United Sans Semi Extended Black
- United Sans Semi Extended Stencil
- United Sans Extended Thin
- United Sans Extended Light
- United Sans Extended Medium
- United Sans Extended Bold
- United Sans Extended Heavy
- United Sans Extended Black
- United Sans Extended Stencil
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FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
Who designed the United Sans font?
Tal Leming one of the famous typeface designers created the United Sans font. This beautiful font is specially designed for House Industries. It was firstly published in 2006.
What type of font the United Sans font is?
It is a sans serif typeface. It contains almost 300 unique glyphs. It also has a huge variety of styles and weights. This font contains up to 25+ unique styles. So this is one of the versatile fonts.
Can United Sans font Be used in online projects?
Yes, with the paid version you can use this font freely on online projects.
Can I use United Sans font for free?
Yes, this amazing font has a free version which is easily accessible on our website.