Let me introduce you to Bergen Sans: a geometric sans in the tradition of Helvetica, Verdana and the like. Its modern grain is the result of harmonizing the width and height, especially in lowercase letters, to promote the best possible legibility.
The goal of Bergen Sans is to be a universal weapon not only because it works very well in headlines, classification and long copy, but also because of its subtle neutrality.
It now comes in 7 different widths and is also equipped with a set of open type features, including alternate glyphs, fractions, arrows, ligatures, and more. An extended character set makes Bergen Sans the preferred font for those 70 languages (supporting languages from Central and Western Europe, Eastern Europe, and Sub-Saharan Africa).