What sans-serif font is this? Notice that the "S" goes thin at the top end.

Select Your Clientlist written in the font

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    Hi there and welcome to GD. There are a lot of resources we will ask you to try first (graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/tags/font-identification/info), and if/when you have tried them, please update your question and let us know. Always good to show a little effort, and it saves time. – benteh Feb 25 '14 at 21:01
  • Hello again! The idea just came into my mind a few minutes ago. Can you please link us to the website where this font is used? Thanks! – CheeseCake Feb 28 '14 at 11:09
  • Hi , It was not a site where this font was used . One of the designer used it in the designs . When I tired to implement it i could not get a hold of the font type . :) – Nuk Mar 2 '14 at 2:40

That looks like the Aller Typo font:

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It's a pretty low-quality sample but, in general terms, you've got a font somewhere between Meta Condensed and Myriad Condensed.

  • @Nuk Can I ask you, why Aller Typo is not a right answer? – Ilan Mar 1 '14 at 9:17
  • Aller Type is the correct answer . @llan – Nuk Mar 2 '14 at 2:38

It is Open Sans Condensed font from google fonts.

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  • Similar, but the l in Open Sans doesn't have the same tail as in the sample – JohnB Feb 26 '14 at 1:27
  • Oh right. Yeah. – CheeseCake Feb 26 '14 at 1:34
  • thank you for the help . i agree with you the tail is not matching . I searched a lot but didnt get that font . one of the designers used this font in one of the web page design but he left the job . So we got stuck . – Nuk Feb 26 '14 at 23:17
  • I'm sorry. I'm sure it's one of google's fonts. Maybe try the suggestion from the answer below? I haven't checked those fonts yet but if I ever come across this font you're trying to find, I'll let you know! – CheeseCake Feb 27 '14 at 17:37

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