About IBM Plex Mono Light Regular font
IBM Plex Mono – A monospaced typeface based on IBM Plex Sans. The italic design was inspired by the Italic 12 typeface used by the IBM Selectric typewriter, which is particularly evident with the italicised i, j, t and x letters.
IBM Plex™ is an international typeface family designed by Mike Abbink, IBM BX&D, in collaboration with Bold Monday, an independent Dutch type foundry. Plex was designed to capture IBM’s spirit and history, and to illustrate the unique relationship between mankind and machine—a principal theme for IBM since the turn of the century. The result is a neutral, yet friendly Grotesque style typeface that includes a Sans, Sans Condensed, Mono, and Serif and has excellent legibility in print, web and mobile interfaces. Plex’s three designs work well independently, and even better together. Use the Sans as a contemporary compadre, the Serif for editorial storytelling, or the Mono to show code snippets. The unexpectedly expressive nature of the italics give you even more options for your designs.
Main page: https://www.ibm.com/plex/
Google Fonts: https://fonts.google.com/specimen/IBM+Plex+Mono
, https://fonts.adobe.com/fonts/ibm-plex-mono, https://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts/ibm-plex
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