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I'm a graphic design student who's very interested in typography. Currently I'm working on a project where I need to select 3 sans-serif fonts. First one is more general like, that is either very over used or has very basic shapes (my choices were Helvetica, Arial Times New Roman) Second one, needs to depict precise and clear information (science publications) (my choices were Akkurat, Din, Replica) And third one is mostly used for philosophical, art statements (like for example Laurence Wiener works) (Trade Gothic, Franklin Gothic, Knockout) I'm open for any other suggestions or corrections. And thank you very much in advance.
I would like to know wich font is this
Thank you very much!!
I'm looking for a font id for the "Veuve Clicquot" block capitals.
Hello everyone, i'am new to this site, i need some help on FontLab Studio, i and a friend just finished designing a typo on illustrator, and we are looking to export it as otf and ttf, i copied/pasted all my vectors, and when i try to generate the font it displays an open contours warning, our typography is based on a complex grid with lots of crossing vectors, there is always a circle in front of or in the letter.
When it exports, a weird F symbol appears on nearly every letter.
Thank you in advance,
I am requesting your advice...
I have been coding our company website and I'm having a hard time choosing fonts. Initially we had Google Fonts but they weren't doing it for me. I have very little experience and don't see typography in the same way you guys do.
I purchased Proxima Nova (Thin, Regular, Bold) and Baskerville (Medium Bold). My intention was to make Baskerville the heading font and Proxima Nova the body but it just doesn't look right to me.
Brief background about company: Established 1987 in New York City. I am a wholesale supplier of Men's designer tailored clothing and Women's contemporary. Our logo which was professionally designed is in Baskerville.
Question: Please help me with making a decision on the following:
Hi I am starting up an Eyelash Extension spa- the logo picture is a very rough draft. My demographic is early 20s to late 40s with average being late 20s-early 30s. Am trying to convey an upscale, chic, modern (but not cold), stylish, with elegant/feminine touch. Suggestions of typefaces is VERY appreciated! Have been going crazy trying to find something that looks ok. Was thinking modern/script but am open to other typefaces/script. Also what would you recommend then for tagline? (Logo might be edited with box around it and/or without tagline). Again your guys feedback is very very much appreciated!
I have just started my graphic design course and the assignments require us to get feedback from other people. My current assignment is to design a wine label and get feedback.
If anyone can help and give me some constructive criticism on my designs, it will be greatly appreciated! I'm still getting used to photoshop, illustrator etc etc. So please take it easy on me and please keep in mind that these are just quick drafts to give you an understanding of how I want my designs to look.
THANK YOU! (:
Please help me to identify this font and if possible let me know where i can find it.
This is the font:
Can you please identify this san serif?
This is my first post! I've currently just started a course specialising in digital design and have an assessment that I need to get feedback on from other designers. I'm still very new to this but here goes nothing!
The main objective for the assignment was to create a shirt and poster for the Salvation Army that can be ordered online; it should showcase their efforts to help and show compassion towards others. I designed my shirt to aim at a broader audience, whereas the poster is intended to show the effort the salvation army has made since 1865.
Please! Any kind of negative/positive feedback would be greatly appreciated!
Thank you so much!
I am new to the forums and am extremely exited to dig into them and join the conversations, for my first post I was wanting to get some feedback. I am currently working on some basic branding for myself and was wanting to know what you thought of the mark I made for myself. Could I get general impressions and what you think is wrong with it? Thanks so much!
Here is my Old logo:
Here is my new one:
Hi everybody, this is my first post.
I will develop a Serif Display to my post Graduation final project. It will be projected for a Craft magazine and I am looking for some good typefaces that I could use as a reference for my studying.
Do you have any suggestions?
Thanks in advance,
Hoping you can help me with this. I'm wondering what font this is. Bella Figura calls it Aurora but they change all the names of the fonts they use. Would really like to be able to find it so I can use it.
Need help finding a something similar to "Norfolk and Western" in this image:
actually, if you guys know of anything similar to the numerals as well it would be awesome
This is my first post on here,
figured it would be the place to go.
I am currently writing a dissertation on type technology, focused on developing a workflow for creating multiweight script/cursive families utilizing Multiple Master technology and some Metafont/Metapost techniques. To be more precise my objective is help the designer in creating calligraphy and brush scripts – of the kind which weight cannot be just changed without complete redrawing (you can’t just move stems around).
I am having trouble determining the fonts in the logo image included. If someone could help me determine what fonts are used, I would greatly appreciated it.
Additionally: If they are commercial fonts, do you know of any free alternatives.
Thank you ahead of time.
I'm a newbie in a need of some typo advice from experts as I have become overwhelmed by browsing the web ...
I'm a student and currently redesigning a medical magazine run by a non-profit student organization.
I'm looking for a sans serif for headings (it will also appear on posters) and a serif for long texts (2 columns).
Keywords: economical, legible, modern
I've been designing my first typeface for the last few weeks and I run into a question:
How do you know the proper width for each glyph?
I'm worrying that, for instance, the width of my "A" is too long compared to other letters. Is there a mathematical way or something like that, other than just the naked eye to figure out the correct proportions?
I'm mainly having this issue with the Caps.
Thanks in advance!
If somebody can help me identify this font I would greatly appreciate it.
I've got the font below and want to make it bigger but keep it sharp. Does anyone know which font it is so I can make a new pic?
Does anyone know what the s&c in the Shasta College logo is? Client said it was a font called "collegic," but every time I search for it, Collegiate comes up and that's not the right font.. Any help is greatly appreciated!
Client needs more t-shirts and sweaters made but can't, for the life of him, remember the name of the fonts he used before. Spent the whole day yesterday searching for them and am now hoping that someone knows the names of these. Any help is greatly appreciated!
Please assist me in finding out what font this is. It is an arabic font, and I believe the font name started with either a Z, an X, or a T. An image of the font has been attached, for convenience. Thank you very much for the help!