5 Best Fonts For UI Design
Interface elements are about task completion. Our labels and CTAs get visitors from their arrival point to where they want to be, so that text needs to be as readable as possible.
System UI fonts being amazing kind of snuck up on us. Google has been toiling away at Roboto with great success (including regular updates), Apple made a splash with San Francisco, and Mozilla asked renowned type designer Erik Spiekermann to create Fira Sans. Last but not least, let us not forget about Microsoft. It was Microsoft that restarted conversations about system UI fonts with its original Windows Phone design language (née Metro), which relied heavily on typography in general, and on a font named Segoe in particular.
1. OPEN SANS:
Open Sans is a clean and modern sans-serif typeface. It is designed with open forms and friendly appearance. It is optimized for print, web and mobile interfaces.
2. RALE WAY:
Rale way is an elegant also a display sans-serif typeface which has been expanded into 9 weights family such as: thin, extralight, light, regular, bold.
Dense is a versatile, elegant, geometric and compact sans-serif typeface. Three weights have been created thus far: thin, regular and bold.
These fantastic geometric and modern fonts were designed by Ion Lucin, from Madrid, Spain.
Since the Ice Cream Sandwich release, Roboto has been the standard typeface on Android. Since Froyo, Noto has been the standard typeface on Android for all languages not covered by Roboto. Noto is also the standard typeface for all languages on Chrome OS.