Any prototype you can imagine, Skolar Sans can materialise. This industrious type family is more than just a versatile partner for our award-winning Skolar collection: it is a true sans-serif type system envisioned for the age of responsive design.
We developed Skolar Sans to accommodate contemporary typographers and the challenges they confront: an ever-changing spectrum of outputs and devices, in which serious typography can get lost. Skolar Sans is engineered to cope with complex editorial texts and data-rich layouts alike. Its construction is designed for easy reading, and its subtle personal style and a touch of flourish.
Skolar Sans Arabic brings this adaptability to the Arabic script: a contemporary low-contrast family built on the familiar typographic structures of the Naskh style, finely tuned across the weight variants to maintain clear legibility and deliver technical prowess no matter what the text setting. For Arabic, Persian, Urdu, and more than two dozen other languages, Skolar Sans Arabic will fit any composition, from wide-screen dashboards to compact mobile editorial designs.
Titus Nemeth is a type designer, typographer, and historian. His internationally recognised practice spans commercial and cultural work, with a focus on Arabic and multilingual design. Titus’s research interests revolve around Arabic typographic history, and the history of the book, technology, and design. His publications reflect his activity in two spheres and seek to bridge historical research and contemporary design practice. Titus has taught typographic design at schools in Austria, France, Morocco, Qatar, and the UK.