CFF Savant is a friendly headline typeface with a touch of slab serif. It is packed with lots of nice typo-gems. It is a good mixture of the playful and the classic. It shines in fashion- and food magazines, packaging and logo design. Basically anything with an attitude.
Savant syndrome (also known as autistic savant) is a condition in which a person with a developmental disability demonstrates profound and prodigious capacities or abilities far in excess of what would be considered normal. People with savant syndrome may have neurodevelopmental disorders, notably autism spectrum disorders, or brain injuries. The most dramatic examples of savant syndrome occur in individuals who score very low on IQ tests, while demonstrating exceptional skills or brilliance in specific areas, such as rapid calculation (hypercalculia), art, memory, or musical ability. Although termed a syndrome, it is not recognized as a mental disorder nor as part of a mental disorder in medical manuals such as the ICD-10 or the DSM-5. Another form of savant syndrome is acquired savant syndrome, in which a person acquires prodigious capabilities or skills following dementia, a head injury or severe blow to the head, or other disturbances. This syndrome is rarer, with a study by Darold Treffert in 2010 showing that in a registry of 319 known savants, only 32 had acquired savant syndrome.
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CFF Savant is currently available in only two styles (roman & italic). Let us know if you would like to have other weights made available.
CFF Savant currently counts 242 glyphs.
CFF Savant supports 96 Latin languages. See if it speaks yours.
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