Briller is a superwide display sans that covers 6 weights, from the delicate thin on one end to the chunky ultra on the other. Briller tabular figures (via the OT feature) and most of figure-related glyphs (such as monetary symbols) have the same width throughout the weights, thus allowing for fun possibilities in creating contrasting pairs while still retaining the sense of tabular order.
Briller has a character set to support Western and Central European languages. Each weight includes ligatures, proportional lining and tabular figures, fractions and scientific superior/inferior figures.
Designed by Nikola Kostić.
Tabular numbers line up throughout the weights and both styles – even in Black. Briller was made for a display setting, so a large number of glyphs was made with the same tabular width.
Each weight includes a set of ready-made fractions accessible via the OpenType feature. There is also a full set of numerators and denominators for creating custom fractions.
A set of superior/inferior figures for footnotes and scientific formulae is also included.