Fifteen is a proportionally sized typeface optimized for source code. It was initially developed as an experiment in font metrics and has since evolved as the personal typeface for both source code and identity.
Fifteen typeface available in fourteen variants: from Thin to Bold, including corresponding Italics. It contains a little over 3,000 glyphs, featuring Latin characters, Cyrillic, Greek, a wide range of mathematical operators, miscellaneous symbols, and a whole lot more.
Unlike traditional typefaces, Fifteen's capitals aren't aligned to the baseline. instead, everything is vertically aligned around the x-height and neatly encapsulated by the various types of brackets. The proportional design, spacing and subtle kerning give your source code the feeling and rhythm of a natural language.