Collis (designed in 1993 by Christoph Noordzij), is a typical The Hague-style typeface with a certain elegance. With its well considered contrast, weight and spacing it can be applied in small sizes as well as in display sizes on bookcovers and posters. The roman and italic contain an extensive array of special characters, hence make it suited to complex typographic problem solving. Collis can therefore be used in a wide variety of applications.
A special set of lowered accented capitals have been designed specifically for tight linespacing (leading). The capital 'Ü' has the same height as the capital 'U', hereby eliminating the effect the dieresis has on the whitespace between the lines.