Erik Spiekermann is the founder of FF Meta which is actually the backbone of the FontFont library. During the computer era, FF Meta was widely used in almost everything that’s why it quickly became so popular. It was then called “The Helvetica of the 90’s. For more than two decades, the FF Meta family has added eight weights and two widths. Following its success, the FF Meta Correspondence, FF Meta Serif, and FF Meta Headline among others, were also included.
FF Meta is perfect for branding, advertising, book text, editorial, publishing, screen design, logo, and so much more. It comes with digital old-style figures, and features small caps, case-sensitive forms, alternate characters, and fractions.
In 2011, FF Meta was permanently added to the MoMA Architecture and Design Collection in New York.