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President confers Military Awards on officers and men of armed forces - The News International

... Maj Gen Salah Ud Din Qasim, TI(M) AMC GDMO, Maj Gen Azhar Naveed Hayat Khan, Baloch, Maj Gen Zafar Ullah Khan, FF, Maj Gen Salim Jehangir, AMC Sepc, Rear Admiral Habib-ur-Rehman Qureshi, Navy, Rear Admiral Naveed Ahmed Rizvi, Navy, Rear Admiral ...

President confers civil, military awards on notable figures - Geo News, Pakistan

... Hav Muhammad Iqbal (Shaheed), Sind, Hav Siraj Ud Din(Shaheed), Baloch, L/Hav Nazar Muhammad (Shaheed), Mjd, Nk Umar Hayat (Shaheed), FC KPK, Nk Muhammad Khalil Khan, NLI, Nk Imtiaz Ahmed (Shaheed), Baloch, Nk Shaukat Abbas (Shaheed), AD, Nk Naveed ...

Fox Sports rolls out slight graphic refresh with Super Bowl - NewscastStudio

The update retains many elements of the previous look, which debuted with the launch of FS1 in August 2013, designed by long-time partner Drive Studio. The most noticeable change is the FoxBox, or the corner scoreboard, which is now using a flat design ...

Apple Releases Its Most Important Typeface In 20 Years - Co.Design

Yesterday, Apple released a new bundle of developer tools called WatchKit to help make third-party Apple Watch apps a reality. But for type lovers, WatchKit contained a nice little surprise: a folder containing 23 different variations of the Apple ...

FF DIN is a realist sans-serif typeface designed in 1995 by Albert-Jan Pool, based on DIN-Mittelschrift and DIN-Engschrift, as defined in the German standard DIN 1451. DIN is an acronym for Deutsches Institut für Normung .

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Category Sans-serif
Designer(s) Albert-Jan Pool
Foundry FontFont

FF DIN is a realist sans-serif typeface designed in 1995 by Albert-Jan Pool, based on DIN-Mittelschrift and DIN-Engschrift, as defined in the German standard DIN 1451. DIN is an acronym for Deutsches Institut für Normung (German Institute of Standardisation).

At a 1994 meeting of the ATypI (Association Typographique Internationale) in San Francisco, Pool encountered Erik Spiekermann, who encouraged him to design a revival of DIN 1451 for release by FontFont, the type foundry Spiekermann had just established. Today, FF DIN is one of the foundry’s best-selling typefaces.

Sharing structural similarities with DIN 1451, FF DIN differs in its weight distribution and naming conventions, and has a far wider character set. It includes ranging (old style) figures and several refinements that allow it to perform better as a print and screen text face.

The family includes five font weights in two widths (Normal and Condensed), each with italics. The entire family includes extended characters such as arrows, fractions, Euro sign, lozenge, mathematical symbols, extra accented Latin letters, and superscript numeral figures. Alternate glyphs include rounded dots, old style figures, and alternate cedilla. With time Eastern European, Greek and Cyrillic character sets have been added as well.