As part of the 2012 redesign of the Süddeutsche Zeitung – one of Germanys largest daily newspapers – a custom SZ typeface system was developed. Each of the 51 styles, from Sans-Serif, Sans-Condensed, Serif to Serif-Condensed, contains more than 700 glyphs. Through this enabling the SZ to cover any typographic challenge. The typefaces were developed for print and web and are being used by the SZ across all of their brand channels.
Widths: Normal, Condensed
Figures: Proportional, Tabular, Lining, Oldstyle, SmallCaps, Superior
Font formats: For desktop and app: otf, ttf
For web: woff, woff2 and eot
Design: Henning Skibbe as partner at Bureau Johannes Erler