Didac Font Family
Didac is a serif family whose letters follow the archetype for ‘modern’ or Didone-style serif faces. They feature a vertical axis and are high-contrast. However, Didac’s structure has a different ductus than some of the most-common moderns; it has a more humanist feeling and is closer to transitional typefaces like Baskerville than one might expect. The family has five weights on offer, ranging from Light through Black. Each weight has a companion italic, too. Didac is a typeface for displays purposes like headlines, but it is efficient in short texts, too. The more extreme weights – like the Thin and Black – are especially suited for headlines and display typography, while the Regular and Italic styles are more likely to hold up well in book and magazine typesetting.