Nassim is a contemporary typeface for multilingual text-setting. Its lively texture is matched by a neatly balanced rhythm. With its rugged character, Nassim is a reliable workhorse, and offers a vast array of typographic features that make it shine. Offering tools that were born in practice, Nassim is suitable for a wide range of applications, from news, to literature, to scientific publications.
“The many prestigious design awards that Nassim has received are testaments to its fresh and contemporary design, and with its range of weights enabled us to achieve the typographic hierarchy we required.”
— Kutlu Çanlıoğlu, BBC Future Media
“Nassim was designed to work in small sizes, in a dictionary, say, or newspaper columns—a rare achievement. With five weights and perfectly matched Latin letters, it’s almost
too good to be true.”
— Mario Garcia, Garcia Media
“Nassim reads The Economist, not the Daily News; it has an opinion and sticks to it.”
Persian (Latin), Standard Arabic (Latin: DMG), Standard Arabic (Latin: EI), Standard Arabic (Latin: ISO 233), Standard Arabic (Latin: ISO/R 233), Standard Arabic (Latin: UN), Urdu (Latin), Uzbek (Latin)
Variable font axes:
Weight (wght): 400 to 800
Certificate of Excellence in Type Design, TDC2 2007
Titus Nemeth is a type designer and typographer with specialist expertise in the Arabic script. He works as an independent designer and typographic consultant, building on his substantial experience and research in the field.
His original type designs have won multiple internationally renowned awards and are widely used for complex, cross-cultural, visual communication. Titus’ practice combines the making and the use of type, as he is convinced that both aspects inform each other: ‘the better I understand how type is used, the better I can design for it’.
Titus holds a PhD, and an MA in Typeface Design, from the University of Reading, UK, and a diploma in Graphic Design from Die Graphische in Vienna, Austria. He has taught type design and typography at a number of schools in France, Morocco, Qatar, and the United Kingdom.