Guillermo Lizarzuay is a multidisciplinary designer based in Barcelona, Spain. With more than a decade of experience working in advertising agencies, he’s gone on to collaborate with a number of studios as a UX/UI designer and 3D artist.
Guillermo is incredibly skilled across a number of design disciplines, including branding and identity, graphic design, animation, visual design, and even virtual reality projects. Over the course of his career, he’s worked with notable global clientele that includes Samsung, Nike, and Netflix, among others for a multitude of projects.
Releasing retail type designs through his personal foundry label, Nois, Guillermo designs contemporary typefaces for print and digital applications. One of his most recent releases is Britti Sans, a “brutalist and grotesque font family with a strong personality.”
Britti Sans is a clean and contemporary sans serif that carries elements reminiscent of mid-century Swiss design. This updated and modern rendering is exceptionally clean and offers stellar legibility even in small point. While it’s crisp type family overall, Britti Sans speaks with a subtle warmth that keeps it from coming across as cold or unfeeling. It conveys every message with confidence and a neutral tone, making it a fantastic choice for news and editorial use.
Britti Sans has been optimized for both print and digital display through its refined ink traps. This type family is available in Thin, Light, Regular, Medium, Semibold, Bold, and Extra Bold, with corresponding italics for each weight.
It’s an excellent choice for design projects of all kinds, including bold displays and signage, advertisements, editorial use, website design and body copy, logos, product packaging and informational inserts, letterheads, corporate correspondence, infographics, presentations, marketing materials, and mobile applications. Britti Sans’ range of styles makes it well suited to branding and identity projects that require fluid design cohesion across multiple media types and sizes.
Offering standard ligatures through OpenType, Britti Sans extends multilingual support to Basic Latin, Western European, Euro, Catalan, Baltic, Turkish, Central European, Pan African Latin, Igbo Onwu, and Basic Greek for design projects intended for an international audience.
Right now through June 22, 2020, Britti Sans is on sale for 50% off of its regular price so it’s a great time to add this one to your font collection!
Nois currently offers just two products through YouWorkForThem but we’re really looking forward to seeing more of their work as time goes on. Visit their portfolio to take a look at their other work and bookmark it so you can check back for new additions soon!