I tend to think of variable fonts as a font format in which a single font file is capable of displaying type at near-infinite variations of things like boldness, width, and slantyness. In my experience, that’s a common use case. Just check out many of the interactive demos over at Axis-Praxis:
Make sure to go play around at v-fonts.com as well for loads of variable font demonstrations.
But things like boldness, width, and slantyness and just a few…
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