I am in the middle of creating a new website for a client, and in the process I am also looking to update their logo, as it is currently looking very outdated. The current logo is in Maiandra GD, not the best looking font I've ever seen for a children's website, especially with every letter being in a different colour. However, the client seems to be very keen on it, despite my gently hinting that their current logo looks abhorrent (though not in so many words). I would therefore like to update the logo only subtly, using a similar but more modern font.

This font is printed on cards for the purpose of literacy. I have only the following glyphs:

Thanks a lot!

Hi, Everyone

First post...but don't go easy on me! :)

I'm doing my final project at University in Graphic Design and have created a brand for a range of clothing and accessories to be sold in the store Go Outdoors. It aims to raise awareness of the issues of not enough children getting outside, exercising and experiencing the benefits of nature. I have attached what I have so far for the brand but I'm painfully aware that it doesn't strike a cord with the correct target market (children). The main concept behind it is to use the initals of GO and P from Play to create a tree shape. I think it is the tree shape itself that looks out of place and perhaps too corporate, I'm looking for advice on how I can keep the concept but make it more attractive to a younger audience.

Hello! I'm starting a project for the development of studying materials for children with learning disabilities, and I was wondering if any of you could direct me to (or has any knowledge of) studies on typography for these specific subject.
I was thinking that the most appropriate would be the use of a clear and simple "ductus" but I've never done anything like this and all the help you could give me would be great!
Thank you so much!

Hi all, I'm new to this forum and am hoping for some advice, as fonts are not my strong-suit. I need to choose a font to represent a company producing products for little kids (2-6) - it will be used for the logo and product names too. Think fun & crafty.

My favorite is Prater -

It seems playful, and the different formats would be useful for different applications as the company grows.

Other contenders were Handsome, Bello, and Klepto, but they didn't seem as flexible. What do you guys think about using Prater? Or any other suggestions?


Can someone help identify the typeface in this logo?
Many thanks in advance!

Hi everyone:

This sample comes from the folks over at TREND Enterprises. They make posters and stuff for classroom bulletin boards, etc.

Here is a sample of one of their posters. Any ideas of what the font is?

I need help identifying this typeface or finding something similar. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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