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Introducing the new Ayita Pro family from Ascender
Try two fonts from the new Ayita Pro family at no charge
 

This month we are very proud to bring you special savings on Ayita Pro! A brand new 14 font family featuring an energetic, compact design created by Ascender's Jim Ford. This stylish, typographically-rich font family is loaded with great OpenType features for advanced design applications.

And best of all, you can whet your typographic appetite by downloading two of the Ayita fonts for FREE!

Ayita Pro Basic Family

This package contains four fonts: regular, italic, bold & bold italic. The Ayita Pro basic family works well in so many different ways. A perfect font for adding a touch of class to any design project.

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Ayita Pro Basic Family - 4 fonts

Ayita Pro Complete Family

Ayita is a Cherokee name which translates to “first in dance” and recalls the exuberant rhythm and flow of these 14 new typefaces. Originally conceived as an upright italic design, Ayita Pro remains contemporary, friendly and elegant yet hard working.

Ayita Pro is a unique and powerful design that is useful for a wide variety of applications from fashionable headlines and greeting cards to user interfaces, packaging and signage.

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Ayita Pro Complete Family - 14 fonts

Ayita Pro Thin Italic

A light, delicate typeface that works well in so many different ways. Great at smaller point sizes and wonderful in headlines to provide distinction and elegance.

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Ayita Pro Thin Italic font - free download

Ayita Pro SemiBold

This weight is great for headlines and subheads. With its compact design, this versatile typeface allows more characters per line.

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Ayita Pro SemiBold font -free download