National Instruments Font

About National Instruments Font

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National Instruments is an American company headquartered in Austin, Texas, producing automated test equipment and virtual instrumentation software. Common applications include data acquisition, instrument control and machine vision.

The font used for the logo of the National Instruments is ITC Stone Sans Bold. Designed by Sumner Stone in 1987, ITC Stone Sans is a humanist sans-serif typeface, subtly infused with an undertone of calligraphy. It was designed by Sumner Stone as part of the wider ITC Stone series (Serif, Sans, and Informal) and released during Stone’s tenure as Director of Typography at Adobe Systems in 1987. The Stone typefaces were designed to be mixed successfully with each other in newsletters, business correspondence, books, and packaging.

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Stone Sans Typeface in Use

In addition to National Instruments, Stone Sans typeface is also used in the following logos, movie posters or album covers etc., including: Milton Bradley, National Geographic Channel, Imperial College London.

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