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Choosing a typeface can be tricky.
Do you find yourself staring at other designer’s logo and immediately try to decipher what typeface they are using? If you are a designer, it is probably an inevitable habit. There are no hard and fast rules to help you determine which typeface you should land on for your logo.
The importance of typography in design can’t be overestimated. The accuracy, precision and balance of geometric forms can give letters the elegance and sharpness they deserve.
Finding that perfect font can be a real nightmare! Especially, if you’re on a budget and can’t pay for expensive premium fonts. At You The Designer, we want to enable designers to create art and not spend hours searching for resources online.
It’s very essential for Designers to have an good understanding of typography and selection as the importance of typography in design can’t be neglected.
While some of the default operating system fonts will work for design purposes, when it comes to big and bold typography, you’ll have to go outside the standard fonts. Bold fonts can draw the viewer’s attention and create a powerful visual impact for web design, print design and advertising.
Finding the right typeface or font for a design can be a tricky process.