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8 fonts every design studio should own

Posted: 11 Jul 2014 04:35 PM PDT

Typefaces or fonts affect a lot in a design. Choosing the right font and playing it with is an art of a designer. In this today's blog, I am introducing you to 8 such awesome fonts every design studio should own. If you are left to implement any of these font then start it right away. I am sure you'll get beautiful designs with these fonts. Have a look at it below:

1. Helvetica Neue

Helvetica Neue is one of the most popular typefaces that is designed by Max Miedinger. This font forms an integral part of many printers and operating systems creating new standards in terms of its form and numbers of variants. It can indeed be used for any type of communication.


2. FF Din

FF Din is an advanced typography designed by Dutch type designer Albert-Jan Pool. It supports several features such as case-sensitive forms, super- and subscript characters, fractions, and stylistic alternates. This family has 20 weights ranging from Light to Black in Condensed and Medium. This font is suited for advertising, packaging, editorial, logo, branding, web design and many more.


3. Brandon Printed

This Brandon Printed font is based on the famous Brandon Grotesque. It has variant style with eroded, printed look and shadowed version. It also contains a set with 95 extras like arrows, catchwords, lines, numbers and stars.


4. Museo Slab

Museo Slab is the perfect match for Museo Sans. It is a robust slab serif with Museo‘s friendliness.


5. Quickpen

Quickpen is casual and carefree type of typeface that is designed to recreate the look of confidence, quickly jotted script with a felt tip pen or brush.


6. Miller

Miller, a historic font is recommended for Newspaper, Book, Magazine and other corporate use is designed by Matthew Carter.


7. Frutiger

Frutiger is an appropriate font for many applications and advertising agencies with a universal quality. It was designed by Adrian Frutiger for developing a signage system.


8. Core Circus

Core Circus is a layered type typeface that consists of seven 3D effect layers, eight 2D effect layers and one shadow effect layer. Uppercase and lowercase letters are separated by such features that counters are opened or closed. This typeface is very suitable for book titles, headlines, logotypes and any other artworks.


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Design deals for the week

Posted: 11 Jul 2014 04:22 PM PDT

Every week, we'll give you an overview of the best deals for designers, make sure you don't miss any by subscribing to our deals feed.

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