Hoefler & Co. released a new typeface called Operator. Operator itself is inspired by typewriter faces, but one look at it and you can see it’s much more than that. It has a bit of a quirky look, a wide range of weights, and the italics are downright weird (in a good way). It’s also not quite monospace, meaning probably not perfect for writing code. Except that there is also Operator Mono!
For situations that truly demand a fixed-width design, we created a companion family called Operator Mono. Operator Mono pushes the bounds of the style, offering a solid range of weights and colorful italics, both features that recommend the design for programming environments.
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