San-serif to complement Clarendon

lexspicoli's picture

Hello! I'm a long-time lurker and this is my first posting. I have been assigned a re-design of a website and I've decided to use Clarendon for the site's branding. What I am looking for is a clean, complementary sans-serif font to pair with it, and I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions? The site is for a News professional.

Thank you so much!

eliason's picture

I first though of Alright Sans.

But you should probably clarify if you're talking about how the sans would be used (body text, menus, headings?) and how you're going to deploy the font (as graphics, as one or another form of web type?).

Nick Shinn's picture

There is no "i" in complementary.

lexspicoli's picture

Thank you for your responses. The font would be used as graphics (Subheadings, menu items). I think Alright work, but I am now torn between that and Antenna. Choices choices!

Also post edited for offensive spelling.

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