Zin Sans is a contemporary sans-serif typeface designed for various situations of typographic usage. Characteristic feature is a large x-height and balance between neutral construction of letters (strictly vertical axis) and dynamic open forms (opened terminals). Another typical feature is a visually narrower connection between stems and strokes. The complete font family consist of three width proportions (Normal, Condensed and Extended). Every sub-family has 5 weights, ranging from Light to Black with matching Italics. Each font includes small capitals, old-style and tabular figures, standard and discretionary ligatures, alternate glyphs and a many of typographic options applied by the Opentype features. Zin Sans can be effectively used for both text and display typesetting. It can be used especially in magazine layouts and editorial design, as well in advertising typography, orientation systems, corporate identities and many other situations. Zin Sans is a member of the Zin type system, which also includes Zin Slab and Serifed fonts (still in development).