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    Typography in editorial design

    In your opinion, how unified should a magazine be in terms of typography?

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    Choose and use!

    A unified look will make a magazine more attractive and easier to navigate. However, this does not necessarily mean you have to restrict yourself to one or two typefaces. The unified look you're after may very well be in the way you apply the typefaces you have chosen. Surprisingly, even four or five contrasting typefaces, each carefully chosen for specific goals, can provide you with a slick, interesting and unified look. On top of that, you can always decide to use a 'starring guest font' (for titles, headlines and quotes) in a major feature or story, to make it stand out in the magazine.

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