DDT is a subtly superelliptical, neutral-sans typeface. While it there’s an aspect of squareness to it, the roundness has been fine tuned to provide maximum clarity. More square than Univers but less square than Microgramma, DDT works as a titling font but can also serve up a paragraph of text with ease. DDT comes with three types of OpenType accessible numerals: monospaced lining, proportional lining and proportional lowercase (old-style). The full DDT family includes 3 widths, 7 weights plus obliques.
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