In Use: Neo Sans for Intel
Intel has rebranded and is now using a font, “Neo Sans Intel”, which combines modified versions of Sebastian Lester’s Neo Sans and Neo Tech.
The modern typefaces do an excellent job in helping Intel appear hip and forward-looking. The fonts’ rounded corners and stemless glyphs, such as the ‘a’, ‘n’, ‘r’, ‘u’, and ‘d’ were popularized a few years ago by designs like FF Cocon and FF Dax.
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