An exercise in whispering very loudly, Freight Micro is designed for use below 9 point in print and at text sizes on digital screens.
Freight Micro’s angular forms result from the decision to modulate entire strokes and contours rather than to merely pare out problem areas with inktraps. Its internal shapes are high-contrast, to emphasize openness at screen sizes. The asymmetry of its serifs fosters an identifiably calligraphic thrust onscreen, especially when rendered using subpixel anti-aliasing technologies.
Freight Micro supports 104 different languages such as Spanish, English, Portuguese, German and French in Latin scripts.