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Get out some pens and start writing. Have fun.
- "A good designer works with what they've got", man! I actually like that and think it's already halfway towards Christmas anyway!Nairn
- I think it's a shit sandwich. :(Continuity
- It's Letter Gothic, right? One of my clients uses it and I hate it in their context - but whatmygonnado? Here, I think they've made good use of it.Nairn
- is the I a different weight, or stroked? I assumed at first that was a down-sizing glitch, but it's in teh full-size too?Nairn
- someone has made a complete set of this - with much bolder weights. can't remember who tho. ff, or hf&j. or someone. helpful, i know.hans_glib
- fontfont. Unfortunately, there don't appear to be any snowflakes in unicode range 02743–02746 on the symbol set.
Does your company have a choice of brand font? If so, why use anything else?
I've got to do one too over the next few days and I'm not going with anything off-brand except colour and christmas schmaltz.
So it's that time of year when we have to knock out Christmas cards for clients, and of course the bosses want something designed in-house.
I really, really don't want to use anything that looks even remotely like a typical font for this task. No pseudo-handwritten or calligraphic shit.
What are you boys and girls using? Any nice sans that are fit for purpose?