5/9/2016 - Fonts speak louder than words
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Having trouble designing your poster, leaflet and banner for maxi-mum impact? Whilst an image might speak a thousand words, picking a font says a great deal too.
Design is not about just great imagery, it�s also about great fonts. Designers across the global spend hours designing beautiful fonts to provide us endless possibilities. From the ever popular Helvetica for the historic New Baskerville, here�s a collection of our favourites fonts. - Roller Banner 
 
Helvetica - a great all-rounder
Apply it to: letterheads, brochures, banners etc.
Made with legibility to aid clear communication as its primary objective, Helvetica is omnipresent these days on virtually any computer. Designed in 1957 by Max Miedinger and Eduard Hoff-man, it�s an attractively crafted font that's quite popular it also possesses its own feature length film called... Helvetica.
 
Proxima Nova - looks great BIG!
Apply it to: PVC banners, exhibition stand or roller banners.
Bridging the visible difference between Futura and Akzidenz Grotesk the result is a modern font using a geometric appearance. Designed by Mark Simonson in 2005, we believe it�s a great �un and the lightweight looks great massive.
 
Open Sans - perfect for small text
Use it on: business card printing, flyers and leaflets for great readability.
Developed by Steve Matteson and commissioned by Google, who thought it had an "upright stress, open forms along with a neutral, yet friendly appearance".
It�s a very popular font employed for Web and small font size applica-tions due to its large vertical-height (tall lower-case letters). It�s not only liberated to download and available on most devices, but it�s the state font for the UK Labour Party.
 
New Baskerville - works supremely along with body copy
Put it on for: brochures and leaflet body copy.
A serif font is a which includes small decorative lines put into enhance the form of the smoothness. New Baskerville has become the best one around.
Designed by Mr Baskerville himself back 1757, it has aged ex-tremely well. Plus, the roman and italic work well together or individually.
 
Franklin Gothic - Another good all-rounder and looks good printed for the most part sizes
Put it on for: PVC banners as a result of A6 flyers.
Born in america!
It encapsulates everything American at the outset of the twentieth Century, 1902 to be precise. Bold, brash and assured. This font works well being a headline and when along with a softer physique. - Roller Banner 
 
If this hasn�t got your creativity flowing, why don't you have a look at our design online options or call us, we�ll gladly help.
Plus we are able to support all of your printing needs in one location! Check out our stationery packages, leaflet printing, banners and much, much more�

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