About The Font
Yaldevi is a narrow sans-serif font that can be used for titles and brief texts on the internet. It supports Sinhala, Tamil and Latin. Yaldevi supports Tamil and Latin languages, making it a perfect solution for the Sinhala Tamil or English trilingual design that is typical of Sri Lanka. The condensed dimensions and shapes make it easier to fit more text into a single line. The x-height in Latin and the body height in Sinhala or Tamil are generous. They also have short ascenders/descenders which increases space efficiency.
It is neutral in personality, with soft, smooth curves that add a little whimsy. Yaldevi is a good choice for headlines, subheads, and smaller text blocks like pull quotes. The Tamil glyphs were created to meet the same typographic requirements, and have open counters and a friendly feeling.
Sinhala glyphs are unique and experimental in that they were created to be used as display faces, but also fit into the formal text typeface category. Before you use it, make sure to check all of these details.
Designed by: Sol Matas, Denzil Rajitha, Kosala Senevirathne and Pathum Egodawatta
Yaldevi font is stylish and attractive for both text and designing. The font has no usage restrictions, so you can use it wherever you like without any license or permission.
It was used mainly for printing purposes in the early days of the font. This font is still used in printing media today, and it has a unique look.
There are 6 styles in the Yaldevi font collection. This resource can be used for any purpose, including text and design.
|Designer||Sol Matas, Denzil Rajitha, Kosala Senevirathne and Pathum Egodawatta.|
|File Format||OTF, TTF|
|Font Licence||Free for Commercial Use|
Before we go any type of further, let’s check out the font’s styling and also exactly how it will show up in your tasks.
Alternatives of Yaldevi font
- Roboto Font.
- Poppins Font.
- Segoe UI.
- Akrobat Font.
You can download the free version of this font from our site in zip format and using it in any software for any required projects.
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Yaldevi font is completely free to use for personal and commercial purposes. Having no limitation of license this font is well known to the designers and publishers.
What is the Type of Yaldevi Font?
Yaldevi is a narrow sans-serif font that can be used for titles and brief texts on the internet.
Can I Use Yaldevi Font on My Project?
You can use this fonts on your project.
Is this a free font?
Yaldevi Font is totally free for personal use.
What’s the Closest Font to Yaldevi Font?
Nevrada Modern Display Font is very close to the Yaldevi Font.
How to Install Yaldevi Font in Adobe, Ms. Word, Mac, or PC?