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The Amplitude font family is a sans serif typeface design from Christian Schwartz. Schwartz’ vision when designing Amplitude was a design that would behave like two separate typefaces when viewed at alternate sizes. At the display size, Amplitude’s white spaces are carved out to lend enhanced legibility to the font, giving it a distinct look. Amplitude is recognizable by its deep angled cuts that allow it to remain readable even when sized down to the smallest agate. At its basis, Amplitude is a bit quirky yet highly functional with its legible characters that make it easy to read. The Amplitude font family has been expanded to include thirty-five separate styles with a variety of weights and widths. Amplitude has been adopted by many major newspapers and publications.

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