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Monospace font pairings

Monospace fonts invoke a retro, tech-oriented vibe: their design style is ideally suited for programming fonts or for something like a vintage video game website.
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Monospace font pairings
IBM Monospace
IBM Plex Mono font pairing

IBM Plex Mono is an international typeface used to show code snippets.

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Ubuntu Mono font pairing

The Ubuntu font family is a sans-serif typeface funded by Canonical.

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Roboto Mono font pairing
Roboto Mono font pairing

Roboto is an open source, sans-serif font originally developed by Google for Android.

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Monospace fonts

Monospace font pairings

Monospace fonts tend to evoke typewriters because of their blocky, non-proportional spacing and characters, but they’re a great choice for any designer who wants to create a sparse, minimalist feel.

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Programming fonts

Early computers had limited graphical capabilities, so monospace fonts were used out of necessity: these days they’re widely used by programmers because they’re more readable than proportional fonts.

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Monospace fonts uses

Proportional spacing allows monospace fonts to represent things visually, not just textually: they’re used in poetry, guitar tablature, and even biochemistry to create visual pictures or measure time.

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Free monospace fonts

Many well-known fonts are monospace, including Courier, Courier New, Lucida Console, and Inconsolata. You can also download free monospace font pairings including Apercu, Roboto, and IBM Flex.

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Free monospace fonts