Chosen for readability and balance, our typeface represents a shared set of patterns that have unique character. This allows for a multitude of weights, while meeting accessibility guidelines.
The anatomy of a typeface is important to understand, as each piece brings a piece of legibility, readability, and mood that are necessary to understand the interface on which they are presented.
Letter-spacing, word spacing, line height and paragraph spacing all determine the "readability" of a block of text.
Overlooked in many applications, the length of a line of text is just as important to readability as spacing. The length of a line has scientifically to increase the reading speed and content retention.