Parachute® 2:27pm, 10 October 2008
What is it that makes a typeface suitable for a job and how do we measure its effectiveness? Are there any rules to go by, or it’s strictly a subjective process which depends solely on the individual designer’s education, experience and aesthetics? more
ozfan22 12 years ago
Specializing in custom forms, you can't beat Helvetica, although it can get boring. When creating a brochure, yearbook, etc., I like to use a beautiful script for headings with a Sans Serif type for copy. Personally, I don't like it when too many typestyles are used on one page. Balance is key also.
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