I have been working on a new font adaptation and I wanted to try to create a variable font. The benefits of variable fonts for the web are clear: in a much smaller font size you can include different weights. So here it is “David.Dev Sans” Variable font that includes 6 weights (light, semi-light , regular, medium, semi bold and bold) in just 54.2 kb!<script async src="https://cpwebassets.codepen.io/assets/embed/ei.js"></script>
The font is based on the open-source Selawik font from Microsoft. The only typographic different is the capital “I” that is using the Roman I to avoid confusion with the L.
I found this font to be very clear and distinct. On the desktop once you install the single file you will have access to all the six weights of the font.
You can download 💾 David.Dev Sans here