Myriad is a humanist sans-serif typeface designed by Robert Slimbach and Carol Twombly for Adobe Systems. The typeface is best known for its usage by Apple Inc., replacing Apple Garamond as Apple’s corporate font since 2002. Myriad is easily distinguished from other sans-serif fonts due to its special “y” descender (tail) and slanting “e” cut.
Myriad Pro is the OpenType version of the original Myriad font family. It first shipped in 2000, as Adobe moved towards the OpenType standard. Additional designers were Christopher Slye and Fred Brady. Compared to Myriad MM, it added support for Latin Extended, Greek, and Cyrillic characters, as well as oldstyle figures
Myriad Pro Font
This is the font family of Adobe created and designed by the same designer Robert Slimbach and manufactured by Adobe Systems, Inc. This font understands the needs of the perfect design so you don’t need to worry about the quality of design.
You can use the Myriad pro font for both personal and commercial use. This font is the perfect fit for classic project.