Nunito is a well balanced, highly-readable sans-serif typeface. The characters have thin, unifrom stroke widths that work well for both body and display copy. The project began as a rounded terminal sans-serif for display typography, before being extended to a terminal version.
Nunito was created by Vernon Adams, a typographer whose passion was designing free, open-source fonts for community use. From 2007 to 2014, Vernon designed 51 fonts, including some of the most popular fonts on the web for Google fonts. Sadly, Adams has now passed away, but he always be remembered for his tireless open source work and advocacy for freedom in font design.
Nunito is an open source typeface that comes in two versions: rounded and non-rounded terminal versions. The project originally began with Vernon Adams, and was extended by Jacques Le Bailly into a full set of weights. Its available in Light, Light Italic, Regular, Regular Italic, Semi-Bold, Semi-Bold Italic, Bold, Bold Italic, Black, Black Italic, Extra-Bold, and Extra-Bold Italic.