Typography

1 – Define Yourself Typographically

 

screen-shot-2016-09-27-at-10-30-05-amFont: Quick Sand Regular, geometric, modern, rounded characters with fine consistent line and vertical stress.

 

 

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Font: Mr Eaves San OT. The ‘l’ (lower-case ‘L’) has a right-facing lower tail. The diagonal strokes of the upper-case ‘K’ meet in a ‘T’.

 

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Font: Fira Sans. Very legible and clean. Thin lines with a nice small elegant curve on the descender. All characters seem stretched in terms of height.

 

 

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Font: Essones. Transitional with vertical stress and structured design. The title of the “i” is very bold and the distinctive “y” reminds me of handwriting with a pen.

 

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Font: Mrs Eves OT.  Vertical stress. Fine character strokes and thinner lines than usual serifs.

 

 

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Font: Georgia.the ascenders rise above the cap height. Serifs are “heavier.” Not elegant but legible with bold characters.

 

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2 – Expressive Words

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“Security” Font: Myriad Pro, “CINEMA” Font: Verdana, “Focus” Font: Times

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