Namela offers you a new version of Madani font, which comes in Arabic glyph version. However, you can see that the Madani Arabic font delivers a set of quirky character shapes. There is somehow a similarity to the earlier Madani font despite being a Latin font.
The creator took the Kufic script as inspiration to craft this typeface as one of Namela’s Arabic font collections. While native Kufic script has a more natural swash typical for handwritten typeface style, Madani Arabic typeface has even widths in the characters set.
If you pay close attention to each letter, you will also find that there is less to no contrast in the characters’ lines. In addition, the character’s shape leans to bring the circle or triangle shapes, making them strangely more attractive.
All in all, those attributes represent properly geometric sans font style in general. They are also the reason why this typeface seems to have great readability and legibility, similar to the Latin Madani typeface.
Although the geometric sans font family does not necessarily have decorative elements (serif), the way each Arabic character in this typeface chains each other creates a natural decorative impression.
Surprisingly, this typefacehas 10 members of its family package. The thin, extra light, light, and regular to medium weight versions are ideal options for body text usage in various communication materials.
In the meantime, the semi-bold and bold variations would be a remarkable pair for subheadings. When you need to pull highlights, quotes, or captions, tie those thinner variations with extra bold and black versions of Madani Arabic to create a bolder look to the whole text.
If you throw a glimpse at the extra bold and black version, you might not notice their difference since, again, their width and weight are identically even. Yet, the black tint of the Madani Arabic typeface hits better, even in different display settings. The attributes of the black variation make it an advantageous choice for product packaging and even signage!
This Arabic geometric font also offers a variable version, which has the ideal amount of line thickness to make a chapeau or (introductory text) in a magazine or any other printed media.
You may broaden the utilization of Madani Arabic and Latin fonts since both have compatible weight variations. This means that you can utilize both together in creating communication messages for Arabic, Farsi, and Urdu language and provide the translation in Latin.
Not only will they look striking in magazines or large-size printing, but serving them in harmoniously different weights for social media visuals will work as well!
Generally, you may fall for using the variable version of the Madani Arabic font in different communication media and occasions. This version may not add a shimmering effect like a thin or extra lightweight variation. However, the characters’ width and color density are righteously pleasant for the eyes in terms of horizontal reading.