Accord Alternate

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What is the Accord Alternate font?

The main difference between Accord Alt and Accord is in the way curved strokes join with vertical stems in letters such as “bpn”.
The Italics are designed at an italic angle of 10 degrees. All the letter forms have been kept similar while designing italic instead changing the form e.g. ‘a’ remains same double story in italic also instead changing it to single story. The intention is to keep it simple and neutral which helps communicate the corporate sense of professionalism.

Accord Alternate Font families

The Accord Alternate includes the following font families:

  • Accord Alternate Thin
  • Accord Alternate Thin Italic
  • Accord Alternate ExtraLight
  • Accord Alternate ExtraLight Italic
  • Accord Alternate Light
  • Accord Alternate Light Italic
  • Accord Alternate Regular
  • Accord Alternate Italic
  • Accord Alternate Medium
  • Accord Alternate Medium Italic
  • Accord Alternate Bold
  • Accord Alternate Bold Italic
  • Accord Alternate ExtraBold
  • Accord Alternate ExtraBold Italic

Accord Alternate Preview

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Is Accord Alternate Free to Download?

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