Fonts used on this Website
Noto Serif is a particularly balanced and easy-to-read serif font served by Google, and for some time has been JET5's default serif font. It is the font used to render the JET5 logo text. I've selected bold with a weight of 700 to provide plenty of contrast. The italic version of the typeface is particularly balanced and traditional in appearance.
Yes, JET5 uses the dull, ubiquitous, and despised Arial for interface components (buttons, menus etc). Why? It is a system font so lightning fast, I actually like its tight kerning, and it is perfectly legible at the font sizes used.
Fira Sans Extra Condensed
"Fira Sans Extra Condensed" is used in some of JET5's heading styles where it allows the use of long, space-efficient headings while preserving readability. The lower-case g gives text some character. As you can see here it is hard work as body text!