Quora font

image of the official Quora font

The Quora font that is used in the official logo for this popular question and answer website is a typeface by the name of Le Monde Courrier. It was designed and created by a font author called Jean François Porchez in 1994. He worked at the Typofonderie (meaning “type foundry” in French) when he created this font.

Quora design & branding

Quora is a Question and Answer site where people can share their knowledge and help others learn. When Adam D’Angelo and Charlie Cheever, former Facebook employees, decided to try something new in 2009 they created the Quora site. They both want to create an environment where people could discuss things they were passionate about. In 2012, Quora was acquired by LinkedIn for $100 million, but the site remained independent from LinkedIn for more than two years until it was integrated into LinkedIn’s service. In 2018, Quora was spun off from LinkedIn as an independent company with $3 billion in funding from Sequoia Capital.

Quora logo & typeface used

The original logo was designed by Alex Blumberg, one of the founders of Gimlet Media and Planet Money. It was a circle with the word “Quora” inside of it in red lettering. This logo was used until 2014 when Quora changed its name from Questions & Answers Network to Quora Incorporated because it wanted to be seen as more than just an online forum. The new logo featured an orange square with white text that reads “Quora.” This new logo seemed to be a little more professional than the previous one. Quora has changed the typeface on its site, switching from a serif font to a sans-serif family of fonts.


Quora font generator

Use our free Quora font generator tool below to create your own custom design logo or image. Enter your text, select a font, choose a font size, and pick your favorite colors. Hit the Generate button and your logo/image is created and ready to download.


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