Concourse
THE CONGRESS SHALL HAVE POWER
to lay and collect Taxes, Duties, Imposts and
Excises, to pay the Debts and provide for the
common Defense and general Welfare of the
United States; but all Duties, Imposts and
Excises shall be uniform throughout.
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one persontwo peoplefive people
Concourse Basic$99$139$199
Concourse Standard$179$239$359
EquityConcourse Basic$199$269$399
EquityConcourse Standard$239$319$479
EquityConcourse StandardTriplicate$299$399$599
EquityConcourse StandardTriplicate
Advocate
$359$479$719

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Con­course Stan­dard in­cludes 162 font files:
= 6 weights (light, book, medium, semi­bold, bold, black)
× 3 se­ries (ro­man, italic, and caps)
+ 9 cloned styles
× 2 vari­ants (reg­u­lar and Tab, with tab­u­lar fig­ures as the de­faults)
× 3 file for­mats (Open­Type, True­Type-com­pat­i­ble Open­Type TT, and WOFF)

Con­course Ba­sic in­cludes 72 font files:
= 3 weights (book, semi­bold, and bold)
× 3 se­ries (ro­man, italic, and caps)
+ 3 cloned styles
× 2 vari­ants (reg­u­lar and Tab)
× 3 file for­mats (Open­Type, Open­Type TT, and WOFF)

Read the font li­cense (it’s short) or the FAQ
For de­tails on char­ac­ter set and Open­Type fea­tures, visit MB Type
For more than five peo­ple, visit MB Type

Con­course is the sans serif font used in this book—for head­ings, side­bars, tech­ni­cal in­struc­tions, and elsewhere.

Con­course takes in­spi­ra­tion from the great geo­met­ric sans ser­ifs of the 1930s, but doesn’t skimp on ver­sa­til­ity, warmth, or personality.

  1. Con­course comes in six weights, with real ital­ics and small caps for every weight. It in­cludes old­style and tab­u­lar al­ter­nate fig­ures.

  2. And … why are you read­ing this, when you could be look­ing at the far more in­ter­est­ing PDF spec­i­men, or the ed­itable web spec­i­men?

  3. Con­course comes with a sep­a­rate set of caps fonts, which con­tain real small caps and al­ready in­clude my rec­om­mended let­terspac­ing.

  4. Con­course has a short, plain-Eng­lish li­cense that in­cludes per­mis­sion to use it in PDFs, web­sites, apps, and elec­tronic books.

As with Eq­uity, Con­course has no demo ver­sion, but I do of­fer a 30-day re­turn op­tion: if the fonts aren’t your style, you can can­cel your li­cense and get a refund.

As you can see from this book, Con­course makes a great sans serif com­pan­ion for Eq­uity. You can buy them to­gether as a dis­counted bundle.