D Din Font

About D Din Font

The D Din font was made by Datto. It was also released by them. It is a sans serif that looks bold and beautiful. It was made for administrative, targeted traffic, and technical applications. 

It is a regular typeface that has almost 250 characters. It is a font family typeface that includes condensed, regular, and expanded styles in bold and regular weights. Download this typeface to have a bold look at your work.

Usage

This sans-serif typeface can be used to create all kinds of work. Such as:

  • Game titling
  • Emblems
  • Taglines
  • Business cards
  • Wedding invitations
  • Branding
  • T-shirts
  • Quotes projects
  • Websites
  • Logos
  • Projects
  • Posters
  • Creative designs
  • Banners
  • YouTube tumbling
  • Apps
  • Packaging
  • Fiction books
  • Product design
  • Printing on fabrics
  • Movie posters

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Font Information

NameD Din Font
DesignerDatto
StyleSans-serif
File FormatOTF, TTF
LicenseFree for personal & commercial use
TypeFree Version

Font License

This sans serif typeface offers both commercial and personal usage for users. So it is good news for the designers.

D Din Font Download

Download the D Din Font to create bold and beautiful official and unofficial work.

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Font Family

  • D Din Regular
  • D Din Italic
  • D Din Bold
  • D Din Condensed
  • D Din Condensed Bold
  • D Din Expanded
  • D Din Expanded Italic
  • D Din Expanded Bold

Language Support

Khalkha, Nahuatl, Luxembourgian, Frisian, (Cyrillic), (Gaelic), Hill Komi-Permyak. Ulithian, Tatar Swati/Swazi, (Cyrillic), Faroese, Abkhaz, Esperanto, Scots (Latinized), Maori, Ukrainian, (Latinized), Swedish, Piedmontese, (Cyrillic), Kildin Kalmyk (Latinized), Papiamento, Kyrgyz Rhaeto-Romance, Arrernte, Swahili, (Filipino/Pilipino), Veps, Míkmaq, Pisin, Tetum Serbian Uzbek Serbian Tajik, Tatar (Slovene), Bosnian, (Cyrillic), Rotokas, Pisin, (Kurmanji), Swedish, Greek, Mohawk, Ukrainian, Hopi, Chechen, Chuvash, (Northern), Low Ossetian, Yapese, Ulithian, Mari, Votic Megleno-Romanian, (Cyrillic),English, (Cyrillic), Oromo, Creole Hawaiian, Macedonian, Uyghur Kazakh Danish, Tahitian, (Faka-Tonga), Evenki Irish Latvian, (Cyrillic), Uyghur Sami Lombard, Sotho Kabardian, (Nyanja), (Gaelic), Galician, Tuvin, Turkmen, Creole Bashkir, Tuvaluan, (Latinized), (Seselwa), Tok Iloko Interglossa Arapaho, Bulgarian, (Cyrillic), Khanty, Somali, (Lacinka), Asturian, Ladin, (Kiribati), Spanish, Lithuanian, Azerbaijani Karachay Hungarian, Southern Interlingua, (Tetun), (Cyrillic), Udmurt, Istro-Romanian, Walloon, (Pedi), Warlpiri, Albanian, Sardinian (Latinized), Estonian, Tausug, Ndebele, Tongan Shona, Hmong, (Cyrillic), Greenlandic, Saxon, Quechua, Rusyn, Lucia), Basque, Afrikaans, Creole, (Sesotho), Cebuano, Turkmen Tuvaluan, Portuguese, Swati/Swazi, Guarani, Romansh Aragonese, Swahili, Alsatian, Dungan, Cimbrian, Polish, (Inari), , Vietnamese, Tok French, Tahitian, Sami, Udmurt, Northern German, Chamorro, (Latin), (Faka-Tonga), Sotho Sicilian, Romanian, Votic MariTurkmen Haitian (Cyrillic), Malay (Cyrillic), Cyrillic, Icelandic, Breton, Kashubian, Zulu, (Saint Khakas, Gilbertese Ibanag, (Glosa), (Cyrillic), Indonesian, Tausug, Norfolk/Pitcairnese, Samoan, Belarusian (Tetun), Sami Tagalog Hausa, Corsican, Kurdish Croatian, Tswana, Bislama, (Rumantsch), Turkmen Maltese, Welsh, Uyghur Tetum Turkmen Nenets, (Cyrillic), Slovenian Uzbek Tajik, Malagasy, Jèrriais, Occitan, Tongan (Cyrillic), Fijian, Lojban, Hiligaynon,, Belarusian, Chichewa Sami Southern Buryat Norwegian, Genoese, Tagalog Manx, Catalan, Uyghur (Cyrillic), English, (Lule), Cheyenne, Kurdish, (Cyrillic), (Filipino/Pilipino), Meadow Moldovan, Spanish, (Latinized), Yakut/Sakha, Finnish, Czech, Aymara, Xhosa, Dutch, Friulian, Turkmen, Pangasinan, Seychellois Aromanian, Italian, French Volapük, Tswana, Slovak, (Ilokano), (Sardu), Tuvin, Potawatomi, Russian.

FAQs

Who created the D Din font?

Ans. Datto created and shared this typeface.

What kind of typeface is the D Din Font?

Ans. It is a sans-serif typeface.

Will the Lucida font go well with this typeface?

Ans. Yes, it goes well with it.


Font Information

Font Name: Kenan & Kel

Designer: Jayde Garrow

License: Free For Personal Use

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ClassificationDisplay
Release/ Publishing Date2013
Version1.000
Glyph Count48
Character70
FormatTrueType
Supported Languages100+
Copyright(C) Jayde Garrow
Font subfamily:Regular
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