Joanna Sans Nova is a humanist sans serif based on the work of Eric Gill, particularly his transitional slab serif Joanna, of the 1930s. It works well in headlines and sub-heads, but with a healthy x-height and humanist proportions, it performs best in text, in print and on screen.
Joanna Sans Nova is available in 16 styles with 8 weights, from Thin to Black. It comes with a robust range of OpenType features for fine typography with: Small capitals, old style figures, proportional figures, ligatures, superscript and subscript figures, and support for fractions.
With over 1000 glyphs per font, Joanna Sans Nova is equipped with extended Latin, Greek, and Cyrillic, supporting more than 80 languages.