18 Jul 2012 If you are looking to find the right kind of font /typeface for your design project, this font selection flowchart should come handy. couch mode print story If you are looking to find the right kind of font /typeface for designing your book, your website logo, for an handwritten invitation letter or a font for annotating an illustration, this flowchart from graphic designer Julian Hansen should come handy. Start from the center of the flowchart, pick the type of your design project – it could be a logo, a book or something else – answer a couple of (sometimes funny) questions and you will quickly discover the most appropriate font family for your project. Also see: Find the Right Chart for your Data How to Choose the Right Fonts for your Design Project - A Flowchart How to Choose the Right Fonts for your Design Project - A Flowchart
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"What Font Should I Use?": Five Principles for Choosing and Using Typefaces

"What Font Should I Use?": Five Principles for Choosing and Using Typefaces
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