Rosetta

16 static fonts/styles
Text
  • Extralight
  • Light
  • Regular
  • Medium
  • Semibold
  • Bold
  • Extrabold
Display
  • Thin
  • Extralight
  • Light
  • Regular
  • Medium
  • Semibold
  • Bold
  • Extrabold
  • Black
1 variable font (Optical size and Weight axes)
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                        About Adapter Arabic

                        Adapter is built for contemporary modernist aesthetics expressed by two logics. It oscillates between two personalities to fit your needs. The designer of the Arabic, Borna Izadpanah, brings this same double-bill of service to Arabic, Persian, and more with Adapter Arabic.

                        On one hand, modernist sans serifs or neo-grotesques are an unobtrusive, basic, or even default choice for continuous texts. On the other, they may be selected to make a strong stylistic statement in posters, magazines, or book covers — exhibiting minimalism or unaesthetics. To fit these different objectives, Adapter needed different shapes.

                        Adapter Text acts as if it were designed by a typographer who cares mostly about ergonomics, ease of reading, and an even rhythm. The straighter baseline, generous spacing, overall openness, and clearer letter constructions all lend themselves well to low resolutions, honouring the reading experience.

                        Adapter Display looks like it was designed by an architect — a lover of impact, symmetry, alignment, and black colour. Its round shapes are more fluid than Adapter Text and its letterforms more dynamic. It remains casually uninvolved, but it has personality. It is tightly spaced for a striking impression in headlines. Targeting display sizes permits it a wider range of usable weights.

                        Adapter Arabic is also available as a single, lightweight variable font, packing the whole range of weights, the size-specific Display and Text variants, and even italics into a single, feather-light file.

                        The Adapter World collection currently supports Arabic, Cyrillic, Greek, Hebrew, and Latin and is determined to grow. These simple, flexible solutions to communicate globally are developed in collaboration with respected script experts to stay authentic and faithful to local preferences.

                        Get Adapter Arabic

                        Standard licence: Trial licence: Need more?
                        • desktop: 5 users
                        • web: up to 500K pageviews/monthly
                        • OTF, TTF, and WOFF2 formats
                        See the licence text for details
                        • desktop: 1 user
                        • only for evaluation and testing
                        • OTF with some characters removed
                        See the licence text for details
                        • more desktop/web users
                        • app/game embedding
                        • broadcasting licencing
                        • OEM licencing
                        Buy Fonts Single font: 70 € Family of 17 fonts: 290 € Get Free Trial Fonts Contact the HQ
                        Standard licence:
                        • desktop: 5 users
                        • web: up to 500K pageviews/monthly
                        • OTF, TTF, and WOFF2 formats
                        See the licence text for details Buy Fonts Single font: 70 € Family of 17 fonts: 290 €
                        Trial licence:
                        • desktop: 1 user
                        • only for evaluation and testing
                        • OTF with some characters removed
                        See the licence text for details Get Free Trial Fonts

                        Glyph table

                        OpenType features

                        Supported scripts and languages

                        Arabic

                        34 languages
                        • Aimaq
                        • Algerian Arabic
                        • Baharna Arabic
                        • Chadian Arabic
                        • Dari
                        • Dehwari
                        • Dogri (individual language)
                        • Eastern Egyptian Bedawi Arabic
                        • Egyptian Arabic
                        • Gulf Arabic
                        • Hadrami Arabic
                        • Hazaragi
                        • Hijazi Arabic
                        • Iranian Persian
                        • Iraqi Arabic
                        • Libyan Arabic
                        • Moroccan Arabic
                        • Najdi Arabic
                        • North Levantine Arabic
                        • North Mesopotamian Arabic
                        • Omani Arabic
                        • Qashqa'i
                        • Saidi Arabic
                        • Sanaani Arabic
                        • South Levantine Arabic
                        • Southern Uzbek
                        • Standard Arabic
                        • Sudanese Arabic
                        • Sudanese Creole Arabic
                        • Talysh
                        • Ta’izzi-Adeni Arabic
                        • Tunisian Arabic
                        • Uighur
                        • Urdu

                        Latin

                        317 languages
                        • Acheron
                        • Achinese
                        • Achuar-Shiwiar
                        • Afar
                        • Afrikaans
                        • Aguaruna
                        • Amahuaca
                        • Amarakaeri
                        • Amis
                        • Andaandi, Dongolawi
                        • Anuta
                        • Ao Naga
                        • Apinayé
                        • Aragonese
                        • Arbëreshë Albanian
                        • Arvanitika Albanian
                        • Asháninka
                        • Ashéninka Perené
                        • Asu (Tanzania)
                        • Atayal
                        • Balinese
                        • Bari
                        • Basque
                        • Batak Dairi
                        • Batak Karo
                        • Batak Mandailing
                        • Batak Simalungun
                        • Batak Toba
                        • Bemba (Zambia)
                        • Bena (Tanzania)
                        • Bikol
                        • Bini
                        • Bislama
                        • Borana-Arsi-Guji Oromo
                        • Bosnian
                        • Breton
                        • Candoshi-Shapra
                        • Caquinte
                        • Caribbean Hindustani
                        • Cashibo-Cacataibo
                        • Cashinahua
                        • Catalan
                        • Cebuano
                        • Central Aymara
                        • Central Kurdish
                        • Chachi
                        • Chamorro
                        • Chavacano
                        • Chiga
                        • Chiltepec Chinantec
                        • Chokwe
                        • Chuukese
                        • Cimbrian
                        • Cofán
                        • Congo Swahili
                        • Cook Islands Māori
                        • Cornish
                        • Corsican
                        • Creek
                        • Crimean Tatar
                        • Croatian
                        • Czech
                        • Danish
                        • Dehu
                        • Dutch
                        • Eastern Abnaki
                        • Eastern Arrernte
                        • Eastern Oromo
                        • Embu
                        • English
                        • Ese Ejja
                        • Faroese
                        • Fijian
                        • Filipino
                        • Finnish
                        • French
                        • Friulian
                        • Gagauz
                        • Galician
                        • Ganda
                        • Garifuna
                        • Ga’anda
                        • German
                        • Gheg Albanian
                        • Gilbertese
                        • Gooniyandi
                        • Guadeloupean Creole French
                        • Gusii
                        • Haitian
                        • Hani
                        • Hawaiian
                        • Hiligaynon
                        • Ho-Chunk
                        • Hopi
                        • Huastec
                        • Hungarian
                        • Icelandic
                        • Iloko
                        • Inari Sami
                        • Indonesian
                        • Irish
                        • Istro Romanian
                        • Italian
                        • Ixcatlán Mazatec
                        • Jamaican Creole English
                        • Japanese
                        • Javanese
                        • Jola-Fonyi
                        • K'iche'
                        • Kabuverdianu
                        • Kaingang
                        • Kala Lagaw Ya
                        • Kalaallisut
                        • Kalenjin
                        • Kamba (Kenya)
                        • Kaonde
                        • Kaqchikel
                        • Karelian
                        • Kashubian
                        • Kekchí
                        • Kenzi, Mattokki
                        • Khasi
                        • Kikuyu
                        • Kimbundu
                        • Kinyarwanda
                        • Kituba (DRC)
                        • Kongo
                        • Konzo
                        • Kuanyama
                        • Kven Finnish
                        • Kölsch
                        • Ladin
                        • Ladino
                        • Latgalian
                        • Latin
                        • Ligurian
                        • Lithuanian
                        • Lombard
                        • Low German
                        • Lower Sorbian
                        • Lozi
                        • Luba-Lulua
                        • Lule Sami
                        • Luo (Kenya and Tanzania)
                        • Luxembourgish
                        • Macedo-Romanian
                        • Makhuwa
                        • Makhuwa-Meetto
                        • Makonde
                        • Makwe
                        • Malagasy
                        • Malaysian
                        • Maltese
                        • Manx
                        • Maore Comorian
                        • Maori
                        • Mapudungun
                        • Marshallese
                        • Matsés
                        • Mauritian Creole
                        • Meriam Mir
                        • Meru
                        • Minangkabau
                        • Mirandese
                        • Mohawk
                        • Montagnais
                        • Montenegrin
                        • Munsee
                        • Murrinh-Patha
                        • Muslim Tat
                        • Mwani
                        • Mískito
                        • Naga Pidgin
                        • Ndonga
                        • Neapolitan
                        • Ngazidja Comorian
                        • Niuean
                        • Nobiin
                        • Nomatsiguenga
                        • North Azerbaijani
                        • North Marquesan
                        • North Ndebele
                        • Northern Kurdish
                        • Northern Qiandong Miao
                        • Northern Sami
                        • Northern Uzbek
                        • Norwegian
                        • Nyanja
                        • Nyankole
                        • Occitan
                        • Ojitlán Chinantec
                        • Orma
                        • Oroqen
                        • Otuho
                        • Palauan
                        • Paluan
                        • Pampanga
                        • Papantla Totonac
                        • Papiamento
                        • Paraguayan Guaraní
                        • Pedi
                        • Picard
                        • Pichis Ashéninka
                        • Piemontese
                        • Pijin
                        • Pintupi-Luritja
                        • Pipil
                        • Pite Sami
                        • Pohnpeian
                        • Polish
                        • Portuguese
                        • Potawatomi
                        • Purepecha
                        • Páez
                        • Quechua
                        • Romanian
                        • Romansh
                        • Rotokas
                        • Rundi
                        • Rwa
                        • Samburu
                        • Samoan
                        • Sango
                        • Sangu (Tanzania)
                        • Saramaccan
                        • Sardinian
                        • Scottish Gaelic
                        • Sena
                        • Seri
                        • Seselwa Creole French
                        • Shambala
                        • Shawnee
                        • Shipibo-Conibo
                        • Shona
                        • Shuar
                        • Sicilian
                        • Silesian
                        • Slovak
                        • Slovenian
                        • Soga
                        • Somali
                        • Soninke
                        • South Azerbaijani
                        • South Marquesan
                        • South Ndebele
                        • Southern Aymara
                        • Southern Qiandong Miao
                        • Southern Sami
                        • Southern Sotho
                        • Spanish
                        • Sranan Tongo
                        • Standard Estonian
                        • Standard Latvian
                        • Standard Malay
                        • Sundanese
                        • Swahili
                        • Swati
                        • Swedish
                        • Swiss German
                        • Tagalog
                        • Tahitian
                        • Taita
                        • Talysh
                        • Tedim Chin
                        • Teso
                        • Tetum
                        • Tetun Dili
                        • Tiv
                        • Toba
                        • Tok Pisin
                        • Tokelau
                        • Tonga (Tonga Islands)
                        • Tonga (Zambia)
                        • Tosk Albanian
                        • Tsakhur
                        • Tsonga
                        • Tswana
                        • Tumbuka
                        • Turkish
                        • Turkmen
                        • Tzeltal
                        • Tzotzil
                        • Uab Meto
                        • Umbundu
                        • Ume Sami
                        • Upper Guinea Crioulo
                        • Upper Sorbian
                        • Venetian
                        • Veps
                        • Vietnamese
                        • Võro
                        • Wallisian
                        • Walloon
                        • Walser
                        • Wangaaybuwan-Ngiyambaa
                        • Waorani
                        • Waray (Philippines)
                        • Warlpiri
                        • Wayuu
                        • Welsh
                        • West Central Oromo
                        • Western Abnaki
                        • Western Frisian
                        • Wik-Mungkan
                        • Wiradjuri
                        • Wolof
                        • Xavánte
                        • Xhosa
                        • Yanesha'
                        • Yao
                        • Yapese
                        • Yindjibarndi
                        • Yucateco
                        • Zapotec
                        • Zulu
                        • Zuni
                        • Záparo

                        Credits

                        Leads

                        Borna Izadpanah Design
                        Borna Izadpanah is a typeface designer and researcher. He holds an MA in Graphic Design from the London College of Communication and an MA in Typeface Design from the University of Reading where he is undertaking PhD research. Borna is the designer of multi-award winning typefaces Lida and Lalezar. He has co-designed the Google Font Markazi Text with Fiona Ross and Florian Runge.
                         
                        William Montrose Art-direction and design (Latin)
                        William Montrose is a type designer with a background in marketing and advertising. His interest in typography led him to Berlin (FontShop International), Reading (MA Typeface Design) and London (Dalton Maag). William worked on custom and retail typefaces and marketing at Rosetta. He is now a partner in an independent project Kilotype.
                         
                        David Březina Art-direction
                        David Březina is the managing director at Rosetta. While you may know him as the designer of the award-winning type family Skolar, he has also worked on custom typefaces for Adobe, Linotype (Monotype), Microsoft, Google, and others. So far, he has designed typefaces for Cyrillic, Greek, Gujarati, Devanagari, and various extensions of Latin. David holds a Master’s degree in computer science from Masaryk University in Brno (Czechia) and an MA in Typeface Design and PhD from the University of Reading (UK). His cross-disciplinary PhD thesis studied visual similarity and coherence of characters in typefaces for continuous reading in Latin, Cyrillic, and Devanagari scripts. He has also been actively involved in writing, presenting, and conducting workshops on type and typography around the world.
                         
                        Sláva Jevčinová Design (Latin)
                        Sláva Jevčinová is a type and graphic designer from Slovakia. She holds an MA in type design from the Type and Media programme at The Royal Academy of Art in The Hague as well as an MA in graphic design from J. E. Purkyně University in Czech Republic. After an internship at Mota Italic in Berlin she specialised in TrueType hinting at Fontwerk. She has been working independently since 2013 and regularly collaborates with Rosetta as hinting specialist and type designer.

                        Assistance

                        Johannes Neumeier Font engineering