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    What is your "go to" font that clients LOVE?

    And don't just say 'Helvetica'. I've been using 'DIN' lately... my clients love that font.
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    Junior Member IkaroBR is on a distinguished road
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    I think Helvetica is so good..
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    no, this is very good and simple!
    perfect !
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    also Din lately and for "classics" minon and myriad
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    I go through stages and pick a font I use to death such as DIN, Helvetica Nueue Condensed, century gothic but my customers love comic sans when im scrolling through the fonts
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    DIN = Helvetica :-)
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    Helvetica, any of the variations.
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    Dax (family) and Bell Centenial (family)
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    Din for the brochures and so. Museo for the more artistic stuff
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    Quote Originally Posted by Majestic12 View Post
    Hah, I used DIN 10 years ago in my graphical CV - I loved that font back then but it's become rather old for me as you can imagine when you've been using it for that long. I guess I was ahead of my time because I notice it everywhere these days ;)

    And generally, clients have a poor opinion of fonts. Comics Sans being so popular in custom-made stuff says it all ;)
    Indeed, they all use Comic sans, god i hate that font :D
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    Well

    helvetica is too much at use.

    I'd go for Archer and his lovely italic.
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    for magazines/books - PFAgoraSerifPro/PFAgoraSansPro/PFAgoraSlabPro families
    for weddings/invitation/programme - PFChampionScript/PFRoyalScript
    for webpages - verdana/trebuchet

    the above are used together with other fonts depending on my mood and customers taste
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    Is helvetica in danger of becoming the next comic sans? I also see a shift to hand lettering in recent times. everyone wants that "one-of" effect.
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    Font

    Premier league, I do alot of team sports, and they dig this stuff.
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    The din and verdana are the most like my clients
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