Cyrillic fonts are digital typefaces designed to support the modern Cyrillic alphabet and writing system for Slavic languages despite the slight differences in how orthography is handled.
Graphic design needs Cyrillic typography legible, readable, and appealing with the right point sizes, line lengths, line-spacing, and letter-spacing, among other elements, and thus achieve perfect display of all different, distinct, and easily distinguishable characters and typesetting. At Fontfabric we take Cyrillic typography up to perfection.
Nowadays modern Cyrillic scripts come in a wide variety of styles, from traditional serif and sans-serif designs to more modern and creative styles, used for a number of languages spoken in Eastern Europe, Northern Asia, and Central Asia.
Languages using the Cyrillic alphabet:
Belarusian, Bosnian (rarely used now, replaced by Latin script), Bulgarian, Macedonian, Montenegrin (also uses Latin script), Russian, Rusyn (also uses Latin script, not to be confused with Russian), Serbian (also uses Latin script), Ukrainian, Abkhaz, Azerbaijani (used only in Dagestan nowadays), Crimean Tatar (also uses Latin script), Karaim (also uses Latin script), Kazakh (also uses Latin script), Kyrgyz, Ossetian, Russian minority languages (e.g Tatar, Chechen, Chuvash, Bashkir, Karachay-Balkar, Ingush, Sakha/Yakut, etc; most also use Latin script), Tajik, Uzbek (rarely used now, formerly used in the Soviet era, replaced by Latin script), Buryat, Mongolian, Moldovan dialect (Transnistria).