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Jali Arabic

Jali Arabic Full family

Includes: Jali Arabic Extra Light, Jali Arabic Light, Jali Arabic Regular, Jali Arabic Medium, Jali Arabic Semi Bold, Jali Arabic Bold, Jali Arabic Extra Bold, Jali Arabic Black

About Jali Arabic
Jali is a humanist sans serif typeface particularly suited for wayfinding. Jali comes in versions that support Arabic, Greek, and Latin. The name ‘Jali’ means clear in the Arabic language. The design of Jali reflects the ethos of its name. The combination of low-contrast strokes, ample counters, dots, and distinguishable marks make Jali a versatile typeface. With its humanistic voice and clear letterforms, Jali aims at offering a warm and efficient reading experience. Similar to other wayfinding type families, Jali is also well suited for demanding typographic environments. Jali was awarded the TDC Certificate in Typographic Excellence and Granshan’s 1st Prize, Arabic & Latin in 2019.
Designed by
Mohamad Dakak
Current release
Jun 1, 2021
Initial release
Jun 1, 2021
Script(s)
Arabic, Latin
Language support
Arabic: Baharna Arabic, Iraqi Arabic, Ta’izzi-Adeni Arabic, Hijazi Arabic, Omani Arabic, Tunisian Arabic, Saidi Arabic, Gulf Arabic, Aimaq, South Levantine Arabic, North Levantine Arabic, Sudanese Arabic, Standard Arabic, Algerian Arabic, Najdi Arabic, Moroccan Arabic, Egyptian Arabic, Eastern Egyptian Bedawi Arabic, Hadrami Arabic, Libyan Arabic, Sanaani Arabic, North Mesopotamian Arabic, South Azerbaijani, Central Kurdish, Dehwari, Hazaragi, Punjabi, Northern Pashto, Iranian Persian, Sudanese Creole Arabic, Western Punjabi, Dari, Qashqa'i, Southern Kurdish, Chadian Arabic, Saraiki, Talysh, Uighur, Urdu, Southern Uzbek. Latin: Arbëreshë Albanian, Eastern Abnaki, Afar, Arvanitika Albanian, Western Abnaki, Acehnese, Achuar-Shiwiar, Acheron, Adangme, Eastern Arrernte, Afrikaans, Aguaruna, Gheg Albanian, Tosk Albanian, Amawaka, Yanesha, Amis, Amarakaeri, Uab Meto, Aragonese, Mapuche, Asu (Tanzania), Asturian, Waorani, Anuta, Southern Aymara, Central Aymara, South Azerbaijani, North Azerbaijani, Bemba (Zambia), Bena (Tanzania), Bari, Bikol, Edo, Bislama, Bosnian, Breton, Garifuna, Kaqchikel, Catalan, Cha'palaa, Chavacano, Kashibo, Cashinauha, Candoshi-Shapra, Cebuano, Czech, Falam Chin, Chiga, Chamorro, Chinantec of Ojitlán, Chuukese, Cimbrian, Chokwe, Central Kurdish, Mandarin Chinese, Asháninka, Montenegrin, Cofán, Cornish, Corsican, Caquinte, Pichis Ashéninka, Crimean Tatar, Seselwa Creole French, Chiltepec Chinantec, Kashubian, Tedim, Welsh, Danish, Taita, German, Dehu, Dimli, Zarma, Lower Sorbian, Jola-Fonyi, Embu, Standard Estonian, English, Ese Ejja, Basque, Faroese, Fijian, Filipino, Finnish, Kven, French, Western Frisian, Friulian, Gagauz, Gan, Borana-Arsi-Guji Oromo, West Central Oromo, Guadeloupean Creole French, Gilbertese, Scottish Gaelic, Irish, Galician, Manx, Gooniyandi, Ga’anda, Swiss German, Wayuu, Gusii, Gwichʼin, Hän, Eastern Oromo, Hakka Chinese, Haitian, Hawaiian, Northern Qiandong Miao, Hiligaynon, Southern Qiandong Miao, Hani, Caribbean Hindustani, Hopi, Croatian, Upper Sorbian, Hungarian, Huasteco, Igbo, Iloko, Indonesian, Icelandic, Italian, Jamaican Creole English, Javanese, Shuar, Kara-Kalpak, Kalaallisut, Kamba (Kenya), Makonde, Kabuverdianu, Kekchí, Kaingang, Khasi, Koyra Chiini Songhay, Kikuyu, Kinyarwanda, Kirmanjki, Kalenjin, Kimbundu, Kongo, Konjo, Kaonde, Karelian, Shambala, Kölsch, Kituba (DRC), Kuanyama, Ladino, Latin, Ligurian, Lithuanian, Lakota, Ladin, Lombard, Otuho, Lozi, Latgalian, Luxembourgish, Luba-Lulua, Ganda, Luo (Kenya and Tanzania), Mizo, Standard Latvian, Marshallese, Mam, Matsés, Meru, Mauritian Creole, Makhuwa-Meetto, Minangkabau, Miskito, Malagasy, Maltese, Montagnais, Mohawk, Maori, Totontepec Mixe, Creek, Murrinh-Patha, Mirandese, Kala Lagaw Ya, Ixcatlán Mazatec, Naga Pidgin, Neapolitan, Navajo, South Ndebele, North Ndebele, Ndonga, Low German, Central Nahuatl, Niuean, Ao Naga, Dutch, Norwegian, Nomatsiguenga, Pedi, Nyanja, Nyankole, Occitan, Northwestern Ojibwa, Orma, Oroqen, Mezquital Otomi, Pampanga, Papiamento, Palauan, Páez, Picard, Pijin, Pintupi-Luritja, Paluan, Piemontese, Polish, Pohnpeian, Portuguese, Potawatomi, Upper Guinea Crioulo, Pipil, Prussian, Ashéninka Perené, K'iche', Quechua, Cook Islands Māori, Balkan Romani, Vlax Romani, Romansh, Romanian, Rotokas, Rundi, Istro Romanian, Macedo-Romanian, Rwa, Sango, Samburu, Sangu (Tanzania), Sicilian, Sena, Seri, Koyraboro Senni Songhai, Secoya, Shipibo-Conibo, Pite Sami, Ume Sami, Shawnee, Slovak, Slovenian, Southern Sami, Northern Sami, Lule Sami, Inari Sami, Samoan, Shona, Soninke, Somali, Southern Sotho, Spanish, Sardinian, Saramaccan, Sranan Tongo, Swati, Sundanese, Maore Comorian, Congo Swahili, Swedish, Swahili, Silesian, Tahitian, Atayal, Tetun Dili, Teso, Tetum, Tagalog, Tiv, Tokelau, Tsakhur, Talysh, Toba, Tonga (Zambia), Tonga (Tonga Islands), Ppantla Totonac, Tok Pisin, Tswana, Tsonga, Purepecha, Muslim Tat, Turkmen, Tumbuka, Turkish, Tuvalu, Tasawaq, Tzeltal, Tzotzil, Meriam Mir, Umbundu, Munsee, Northern Uzbek, Venetian, Veps, Vietnamese, Makhuwa, Võro, Walser, Waray (Philippines), Warlpiri, Wik-Mungkan, Ho-Chunk, Walloon, Mwani, Wolof, Wiradjuri, Wangaaybuwan-Ngiyambaa, Xavánte, Xhosa, Soga, Minang, Yao, Yapese, Yindjibarndi, Makwe, Yoruba, Yucateco, Zapotec, Ngazidja Comorian, Malaysian, Záparo, Standard Malay, Zulu, Zuni.
Features
Stylistic Alternates, Discretionary Ligatures, Standard Ligatures, Case-sensitive Forms, Subscript, Superscript, Lining Figures, Old-style Figures, Proportional Figures, Tabular Figures, Fractions
Font formats
.OTF, .TTF
Individual weights & styles (8 fonts)
ExtraLight, Light, Regular, Medium, SemiBold, Bold, ExtraBold, Black
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