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I'm struggling to find a font I really like that I've seen on a computer repair site.
The site is: http://www.bigbytecomputer.com
The logo at the top says, "Big Byte Computer Services," and that's the font I'm trying to figure out. Any thoughts would be appreciated.
I designed this wordmark almost 10 years ago. I just heard from the client for the first time in many years and they're wondering what the font is. HELP!
No name for this bugger yet. It's my first attempt at creating a full alphabet plus punctuation for an actual font release! Inspiration came from a custom logotype I created that was not commissioned, it's a great excuse to dive into FontLab and see what it's all about. This will be an all caps display font, released at some point this year. Here is a screenshot of the regular and outline versions. I've attached a PDF for closer inspection.
I'm looking for some suggestions on a (somewhat) techy typeface suitable for an identity.
I've been considering Klavika and Relato Sans, but I find the former a bit to rigdid and the latter might be unsuitable because I recently used it for a related firm. I'm not set on a sans serif.
I've been toying around with the uppercase R in Relato (it has a straight "crossbar"-ish part of the bowl, similar to Auto) for the word mark, lining it's bowl up with other crossbars. I'm not sure if I'll follow through on that idea, but nevertheless I'd love some suggestions on typefaces with similarily constructed R's.