Config Complete Font Family

Config is a condensed geometric sans serif family consisting of 40 fonts in 10 weights plus italics. The Config typeface was influenced by geometric sans serifs with circular forms on the tops and bottoms of characters, but the proportions have been condensed by incorporating straight sides for a design that is sturdy and space-saving. It’s efficient yet friendly.

The neutral design of this typeface with subtle details makes it functional for type setting in small and large sizes. With 10 weights, there are multiple options to fit the need—black and thin for extreme uses and intermediates for more common needs. It’s clean nature allows it to be readable at small sizes, but the touch of character—as seen in the notched joints (like the n and u), rounded details (like the l and t), and horizontal/vertical terminals (like the a and e)—make it interesting at large, display sizes.

Also part of this complete family is an Alt family with extended notch characters (like the N, Y, w, and many others). It is ideal for setting headlines and subheads in to add interest and get attention. So it pairs perfectly with the Normal family for supporting text.

With over 600 glyphs, this font has extensive Latin language support (100+ Latin languages) for Western, Central, and South Eastern European.

Included in this set.

File Types Included: OTF

Supported Languages: Central/Eastern Europe

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6 lovely comments from our community

  1. Alfonso Philippe

    This is somewhat confusing.
    Wasn’t this font (at least part-of) included in ‘The Complete Eclectic Font Collection’?

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    • Zack Parks

      Hey Alfonso,

      Thanks for getting in touch and my apologies for any confusion caused.
      I have double-checked the files for you and can see that the Condensed Font Family is a separate font family to the Config Complete font family, so there should not be any double-ups between these two font family. I’m sorry again for any confusion caused, Alfonso.

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      • Alfonso Philippe

        I’m sorry, but I did a side-by-side comparison and it appears that the ‘Config Condensed Font Family’ featured in ‘The Complete Eclectic Font Collection’—all 20 fonts—are actually part of this “Config Complete Font Family”…

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        • Annabel Smith

          Hey Alfonso,

          Thanks for coming back to Zack and I hope that you do not mind me coming back to you!

          My apologies if there are possibly any wires crossed over the Config Complete and Config Condensed fonts. So as you may have seen on your end, both of these fonts come with the same 20 weights (Thin, Text and Bold etc) and are based on the same style of font.

          With the Condensed font family however, you should be able to see that each weight in comparison to the Config font contains narrower, more elongated characters. The Config font tends to have stouter, rounder characters. Because of the differences in these fonts, we have not added a note to mention that the Config font was featured in a previous deal, as we believe that to do so could possibly cause even further confusion. We are keen to ensure that these fonts are not duplicates in any way however, so if you are possibly seeing any identical fonts in your comparisons Alfonso, please do let us know and we can check this with the designer.

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          • Alfonso Philippe

            Thanks, Annabel.

            What confused me initially was that the tagline for this font (Config Complete Family) specifically says: “A condensed geometric sans serif”—which naturally led me to think it includes the same ‘Config Condensed Font Family’ featured in ‘The Complete Eclectic Font Collection.’

            Perhaps a quick note from you guys or even Mr. Ladd himself in the description above to clarify this would be helpful.

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            • Zack Parks

              Hey Alfonso,

              Thank you for coming back to us and providing some more information. I have passed this on to our Product Team and hopefully, we can add a note in the near future. I hope you have a lovely day Alfonso and get great use out of your new fonts :).

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