CraveSans is a font family made to fit the requirements of the era. It is very legible; besides, it is quite transparent not to be intrusive on any surface. With its 8 versions it gives enough freedom to every field of usage. Despite its “grotesque” feature, it has some unique characteristics borrowed from handwriting for instance the lower case ‘k’ ‘l’ or the upper case ‘K’. Many typefaces have their alternative versions thus e.g. in the regular version the font ‘y’ ‘g’ or in italics the font ‘r’. CraveSans can be well-applied in a wide variety of layouts including mobile apps, magazines, newspapers and books. Its history dates back to approximately 2008 when the first versions were made for the Hungarian Airlines. This year it has been totally renewed with some redrawn Cyrillic characters and the refreshed fonts of the Latin alphabet. The first version didn’t even contain italics, they have also been made since then. Special characters have been added as well; moreover, every weight has been given tabulated and oldstyle figures, too. Dingbats, which is a collection of special pictograms, joins the font family.
The typeface family supports all the European languages except Greek.
It is available on every platform in Opentype and WebFont.
As for future plans, the formation of SmallCaps is also planned as well as the editing of some additional ligatures and Opentype features into the font.