Presentations

Long-time lurker, first-time poster.

I'd like to have a unique voice in my presentation materials. In the past, I have used Frutiger or Myriad (when they were uncommon in business or academic settings); however, now that they've become more common, I'm looking for something new. I've been eyeing Legato, but I don't know if that's the answer (though it could be).

Here are my criteria:

  • I want to stay away from any font pre-installed with Windows, Mac OS, MS Office, or iWork.
  • I'd like the 1,I,l and 0,O,o characters to be easily descernable, but I'm willing to compromise for the right font.
  • The typeface should have some heavier weights, and look good at 30pts+ projected in black on a light background or white on a dark background.
Typo.'s picture

Presentation

Hi there,
I have a college presentation to make on Ed Benguiat's fonts and I'm willing to know what do you think is the best way to present the fonts. I'm in doubt in using ohamburgfonstiv, lorem ipsum or ABCD abcd.

What are your opinions/suggestions about it?

amogh's picture

Corporate presentations

Sorry for this slightly out-of-forum topic, but do anybody knows any good showcase of great corporate presentations?
I'm specifically looking for corporate presentations (PPT/PDF) as a part of a complete branding project.

Thanx

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