A monospace-inspired flexible width sans.
Before founding Etcetera Type Co, its founder made League Mono. In fact he still maintains it even to this day. But back when we were putting early design materials together for ETC, League Mono ended up being a solid fit.
That said, we wanted to make some changes that would clash quite a bit from the original. Many letters changed shape but the biggest update was to leave the monospace behind. Most glyphs in Trispace share the same width but we wanted to make the narrowest forms take up slightly less space (i, l, space, quotes, and a few others) and the widest forms take up slightly more space (M, m, W, w, Æ, æ, Œ, œ, @, and &). We did this to retain the feel of a monospace font but on a slightly more readable level. We also didn't invent this concept, but if it is new to you, then great!
Trispace comes in static styles for desktop and web as well as a single variable font and has received several updates since its release in August of 2018. Thanks to Google Fonts it now exists in libre form with an Open Font License and is available on Github
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This typeface ships with an OFL (Open Font License) which allows you to install it on as many computers as you like, desktop and web, for free, forever. You can pick it up from the following locations: