The HackerNoon Font
The Hacker Noon Font is used sparingly for special brand statements and emphasis.
- Hacker Noon Font can be used for special headings subtitles, and numbers. Also, it's open sourced.
⬇️ You can download the official Hacker Noon font here:
HackerNoon Font 2.0
Just like the original font, HackerNoon Font 2.0, or #HF2, is designed using a
five-by-five grid system in which each letter shares the same exact width and height as one another, making this font all the more unique in the first place.
However, in this version, all the edges on each letter are now 100% curved, giving the font a cleaner and more modern look. #HF2 emphasizes more on readability and usability - it is prompted to be utilized more in common settings like body text other than just headings and titles.
With #H2F, we at HackerNoon hope to keep our unique identity - a retro publication sprinkled with funkiness - but at the same time open ourselves to the modern world where soft and smooth traits speaks technology louder than hard edges.
⬇️ You can download the official HackerNoon font 2.0 here:
Hacker Noon Web Font Family
Hacker Noon uses the SF Pro Font Family on social media and on the website.
- SF Pro Display Bold is used for H1, SF Pro Display Semi-Bold for H2, and SF Pro Display for paragraph text.
⬇️ You can download SF Pro Display font family here: