PCTL4800 is a technical sans-serif typeface. Good designers have a depository of orthodox, technical typefaces in their toolbox. Often, industrial fonts have visual hints that link them to a particular time period. A retro look isn’t always desirable, especially if you’re aiming for a contemporary or futuristic look. Not so with PCTL4800 whose sober, doctrinal design eschews retro baggage without resorting to corny techno gimmickry. PCTL4800 contains one preternatural aspect: the corner index notch. It’s meant to subtly suggest an unknown technical requirement to the reader—perhaps an orientation prompt like the notch in an SD card. If you prefer a more conservative look without the corner notch, try PCTL9600. PCTL typefaces include 6 weights and italics. Almost all current Latin based languages are supported, including Cyrillic languages, Greek and Vietnamese. It’s also the font used on this website. Find out more about PCTL4800 and PCTL9600.