Take a deep breath and… have a look at Ramiro Espinoza’s latest design for Retype. Dejanire Sans is a fully-present follow-up to Dejanire Headline from 2019. The typeface’s humanist forms create a richer environment than a geometric sans or grotesque and the open counters and robust strokes guarantee legibility on paper and screen. It stands confident and composed, ready to take your websites and marketing material to the next level and convincingly convey the message in an ad campaign.
A twelve-font family with compact proportions, Dejanire’s business-critical character set includes small caps, fractions, case-sensitive forms, arrows, fleurons, and no fewer than seven sets of numerals. Of particular note are the manicules drawn with optical characteristics that allow them to work well in small sizes, but with enough playful detail for the bigger picture.
The classical proportions of Dejanire Sans remind us of its headline counterpart, Dejanire Headline, and they work well together. Without the serifs, Dejanire Sans has a more neutral appearance–making it perfectly suited to breath life into corporate-life. With the same OpenType features as its seriffed predecessor, it can shoulder the work of complex, professional typesetting. And since it supports Central European, Baltic, and Turkish languages you can get the word out to the world at large. Change your type, change yourself.
Like all Retype fonts, Dejanire Sans can be licensed 24/7—for print, web, mobile apps, and ePubs. Webfonts may be tested for thirty days and desktop trials are available upon request. Have a licensing question? Get in touch. To stay current on all things Retype and Type Network, subscribe to Type Network News, our occasional newsletter featuring releases, foundry happenings, type and design events, and more.