This is how I propose that we handle future font identification requests:
This isn't recommended for copy and paste, but rather as a general method of approach.
We enjoy answering your design questions, we really do. However, we're no more capable than you are of finding the name of a font. Rather than being an intellectual question that we can answer for you, it's merely a chore.
However, in good faith, I've searched a (kinda close) match to your font for you: Vox Wide SemiBold from Canada Type Vox
It might not be the perfect match, but if you want a more precise match, you may need to do some manual searching.
Once you've tried all suggested methods of finding the font on your own, we'll gladly help you once you've updated your question to describe your attempts to identify the font.
This should not apply to exceptional cases...
Some font identification requests may be constructive.
In an exceptional case, where the user has exhausted all means of finding a specific font, a font identification request might be acceptable and welcome in the format:
"I have tried and failed to find this font [ ... ] Details of my attempts: [...]"
- Font identification: On or off topic?
- Should we make Identification requests off-topic for this site?
- How can we improve the titles of font identification questions?
Do you agree or disagree? Why or why not?