Fit is a hyper-stylized design with one thing in mind: filling up space with maximum impact. Fit Devanagari is Kimya’s companion to David Jonathan Ross‘ groundbreaking variable font. Ranging from a ridiculously Ultra Compressed to a shockingly legible Regular to insanely Ultra Expanded, Fit can fit into any space!

Latin designed by: David Jonathan Ross
Devanagari designed by: Kimya Gandhi
Latin published in: 2017
Devanagari published in: 2022
Styles: 10 Static + 1 Variable Font
Scripts: Latin, Devanagari
№ of Characters: 1,272

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Licenses from: €49


Fits Anywhere

The 10 widths expand and compress by an average of 3600% to make use of every bit of space possible. From a few millimeters to a billboard, it’ll fit!

Fit is anchored by its white shapes: regardless of the width, the spaces within and around the letters always remain the same. The thin white lines dramatically cut through the letterforms, slicing them into a mesmerizing network of black and white forms.


Skyline & Ultra Extended widths aside, the Devanagari characters are surprisingly legible. Don’t get us wrong, we don’t suggest typesetting a novel* in any of these fonts, but still, each character was drawn considering every possible option in Fit’s design language to give the highest possible legibility.

* Using Fit for a novel’s cover is highly recommended!

Fit’s Conjuncts

So much has been packed into Fit’s universe. Among the 1600+ glyphs are hundreds of akhand & linear conjuncts. Devanagari’s repertoire of conjuncts was a challenge that ultimately yielded a host of legible and stylistically fitting characters that add to the intricate maze of black and white shapes.

Fit with its variable axis has so much more to offer and you will only know when you play around with it! Go ahead and license it and explore Fit Devanagari!

Download the official PDF specimen to see tons more!

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License FAQ


Commercial: This is for general use for most (offline) typesetting. The fonts may be used for just about any print application, including branding, logos, magazines, posters, etc.

Personal: This license is only for individuals who are using the fonts for their own private, non-commercial use. This generally means personal projects for school or home use with no direct or indirect connection to making money. This license is explicitly excluding any use on published materials, branding for business, or for anything with commercial intent.

Student: This discount is valid for current, full time students of any level. The student license remains valid even after graduation, and is allowed for commercial work, so you don't need to worry about re-licensing later.



Our web fonts are distributed as WOFF, WOFF2, & EOT formats. They are licensed per domain and based on the traffic your website receives at the time of licensing. So, if you start out smaller then grow, there’s no need to update your license later. It’s also a one time fee so there are no annual or reoccurring costs.

< 100K pageviews/month: For websites with under 100,000 pageviews per month.

< 1M pageviews/month: For websites with 100,000 to 1 million pageviews per month.

< 10M pageviews/month: For websites with 1 to 10 million pageviews per month.

> 10M pageviews/month: For websites with more than 10 million pageviews per month.



App: This license is for embedding fonts into mobile or desktop applications. The license is valid on a per major version of your app. Meaning, the fonts are always allowed on smaller free updates to your app, but for more substantial paid updates an additional license must be purchased.

ePub: This license covers most digital publishing formats including EPUB, AZW, IBA, PDF, and others. The fonts are licensed on a per-title usage, but they may be used on any number of different file formats for the same title (meaning you can produce EPUB & PDF versions of the same title with the same license). Per-title means one specific book or one issue of a magazine, not a series. Additional titles can be purchased later for only a bit extra.

Additional explanations can be found on our FAQ page.

Or just write to us, we are happy to answer any questions.

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