As stated in the question title, is there any sans-serif font that fully supports the unicode-math package? Alternatively, is there a list that shows the different levels of support for (preferably many) different fonts (e.g. Latin Modern Sans has numbers, Latin letters and uppercase Greek letters, but no lowercase Greek letters and no/not all symbols)?

The fonts that are commonly advertised to fully work with unicode-math are Latin Modern Math, Asana Math and XITS Math. However, these are all serif fonts.


At the time of writing, there is no Unicode math font available which is sanserif across all of the range. There have been discussions about this (presentations and the like would benefit from availability, particularly for those people not in pure mathematics but using mathematical notation).


I'm now doing one: https://github.com/firamath/firamath, which is based on FiraSans.

Here is a showcase (use beamer theme metropolis):


Of course, this work is far away from finished. For example, most of the relation symbols haven't been drawn. By the way, I'm a newbie to font design and creation, so if you have any suggestions, please tell me.


Now it's available in CTAN as firamath.

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    Great work — hope it goes well! – Will Robertson Jan 20 '18 at 12:05

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