We are developing a website for a company that uses Parka as its primary font:

Since it is not offered as a webfont yet we are searching for an alternative that would be suited for web use. Currently I've found a range of FontFonts that share a similar character:

does anyone have any other alternatives he/she can recommend?

Thanks in advance,

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Book Cover

Designed this book cover, and it seems missing to me. I was trying to go after a sexy, bold font.
Client wants her whole body on the cover. Problem I think is that it looks fine if you are looking at it, while holding in your hand; but won't stand against competition on an Amazon page. Any suggestions for a better bold, sexy sans serif for title, would be appreciated.

Would love valid criticism and suggestions besides it looks amateur...


Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Just read this article talks a bit about the new microsoft ID / logo and has a nice video of it in action. I want to hear some feedback from fellow typist. thoughts or criticisms? what do you think about the lig? is it perfect?

Humana recently changed their corporate logo. I’m wanting to know what typeface this is that they used. Thanks, comrades!

Hi guys,

It's been a while since I've posted something myself here. I'd like your input on my latest font NOVA. NOVA is a solid grotesk font that has loads of wow-stuff under the hood. I've been working on it for about a year now, and I'm getting close to a semi-final version. I always liked typefaces that I can both use as a serious workhorse and for creative playing. NOVA has all that (imho)!

The ones who are following me on Facebook, Twitter or Flickr, have seen this font before and also reacted on it (very positive I must say). Here's one of the latest discussions about NOVA on Typophile:

Hello Typophiles!
We are proud to announce that our type LOGOMOTION is now at #26 Hot New Fonts ranking in Myfonts! (And growing)

"LOGOMOTION" by Fernando Díaz: a typeface specially designed for logotypes, but can also be used in headlines, posters & signage. It has many OpenType feature programming, that give a more playful and rhythmic spirit, creating an interesting geometric-sans and script mix.

Hello Typophiles!
We are proud to announce our new release!

"LOGOMOTION" by Fernando Díaz: a typeface specially designed for logotypes, but can also be used in headlines, posters & signage. It has many OpenType feature programming, that give a more playful and rhythmic spirit, creating an interesting geometric-sans and script mix.


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Shop Direct Typeface

Can anyone identify this one?

Thanks for your help

This one is going on a business card for a distributor, anyone have a guess? No luck with WhatTheFont or IdentiFont. It's the lowercase 'm' that makes me think it's German somehow?


In the last issue of Fortune Mag (Feb 2011), you can see a 3D version of what I believe is the Solano font.


Are you aware of a 3D version of this font? If yes, where could I find it.
Do you know a quick way to achieve this kind of effect? (ie an illustrator plugin)
Is there similar font out there? What would be the keyword to dig those out? (English is not my primary langage)

Thank you.

3D text effect here:

Solano font on myfont here:

Hi! I was wondering if anyone knows the typeface used in the new Interbank logo. I'm looking at FF Cocon and comes very close. Perhaps it's a custom version of it.


I've got a client who's been set up with a look and feel by an agency which they have now asked me to take on and continue. The company is a fund management company so reasonably dry and corporate but a new company with young heads.

Their initial collateral has been set in Chronicle ( ) a tidy corporate font in my opinion. Problem is, since they've parted ways with their agency, they've been using Georgia, the PC default and are now asking me to set an 80 page doc in this clunky font.

Hola! amigos,

I'm working on a logo for company. The company has recently reached a milestone of reaching 1 million members. They want a visual mark/logo to use on commemorative plaques, buttons and other items. I've started with a simple approach. I believe the acronym for 1 million is 1M. This is for use in the US. Please check out my sketches and let me know what you think.


I am looking for a nice and modern sans serif for my company. Any suggestions?

The following fonts I like, but they are just not it..

Helvetica (Duah)

FF Max
Soho Gothic
Neo Sans

Maybe something with digital/tech like rounded corners like barrister (only without the clumsiness :P)

I am happy to announce that after a long period of development, my type family Acorde is available for purchase at

About the typeface:
Acorde is a reliable workhorse for large, demanding design projects. It was designed to be perfectly suited to all different sizes, from small continuous text to large headlines and big signage. The typeface’s name is derived from ‘a’ ‘cor’porate ‘de’sign typeface, however Acorde is not only suitable for corporate design programmes but for information design and editorial design purposes as well.

I'm an in-house designer working for a bank. We've been using the font Myriad Pro for the last few years in adverting and display. While I like that it's an accessible and friendly font. I am looking for ideas to replace it with another san-serif font. Perhaps one that has more energy or variety. It still needs to look professional for a bank though. Any thoughts?

Hello, I am new to typophile and figured i would get my feet wet with a critique. This is a logo I am working on for a mortgage company. They are looking for an upgrade from their current identity and would like the new look to reflect power, and look new and clean. The color pallet was chosen by the customer as well as the general look and imagery. He has a specific look in mind similar to that of "Nation's Plus". I would appreciate and constructive criticism. Thanks.

Hello everybody,

Could anybody identify the following font, which is in the burn logo?

It's from the new packaging of BURN, an energy drink brand.

Thank you very much!

The mission of Center for Advanced Design Research and Evaluation (CADRE) is to develop and execute relevant original research in the areas of architectural and engineering design solutions having an impact on: end users, including occupant well-being and user effectiveness; operational performance; and sustainability of the built environment. Dissemination of this new knowledge to end users and the design community is inherent in our organizational intent.

After much discussion we decided the logo needed to be bold, technological, and organized. It could represent in an abstract fashion the ideas of dissemination, the center point for emerging ideas, a surveyors benchmark, form which new directions are established and buildings built.

This font family remind me DIN but more rounded in proportion.
What this font?


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