Allow me to introduce to you Burnaby Sans: A geometric sans in the tradition of Helvetica, Verdana, and the likes. Its modern streak is the result of the harmonization of width and height especially in the lowercase letters to support the best legibility possible.
Bergen Sans’s aim is to be a universal weapon not only because it works great in headlines, sort and long copies, but also because of its subtle neutrality.
It now comes in 5 different widths and is also equipped with a set of open type features, which include alternate glyphs, fractions, arrows, ligatures, and more. An extended character set makes Burnaby Sans the go-to font for those 70 languages (supporting Central Western, And Eastern European and Sub Saharan African Languages.)