Lemonada is a modern Arabic and Latin typeface family designed by Mohamed Gaber (Arabic) and Eduardo Tunni (Latin). It started with the Latin design Lemon, which Eduaro Tunni expanded to four weights (Light, Regular, SemiBold and Bold) while the Arabic was designed by Mohamed Gaber in a process of matchmaking.
The Arabic design is contemporary, starting with Naskh and introducing influences of Diwani. With the readability of Naskh and beauty of Diwani, Lemonada can be used in both large and small sizes. It has wide and open counters that improve readability at smaller text sizes, while its more subtle details make it a great display face at larger sizes. Lemonada currently spans four weights (Light, Regular, SemiBold and Bold) and has a wide character set that supports the Arabic, Farsi and Urdu languages.
Note that the font family in a recent version used connecting components, font must be generated by Glyphs.
The Lemonada project is led by Mohamed Gaber, a type designer based in Cairo, Egypt. To contribute, see github.com/Gue3bara/Lemonada