Geneva (font)

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font Geneva
category Sans serif
Font designer Susan Kare
Client Apple
Creation 1983
Font example for Geneva

Geneva is the name of a sans serif font developed by Susan Kare for Apple . It was shipped with the first Macintosh computers, making it one of the oldest fonts in the Macintosh operating systems . Susan Kare initially suggested names of the stops on the Paoli tram for the Macintosh fonts . Steve Jobs liked the idea of ​​cities as a name model, but preferred cities that were “world-class”.

See also

Individual evidence

  1. MyFonts: Geneva. Retrieved January 31, 2014 .
  2. ^ Walter Isaacson: Steve Jobs . The Authorized Bio of the Apple Founder. 1st edition. Bertelsmann, Munich 2011, ISBN 978-3-570-10124-7 .