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Hello! I'd like to know your opinion, please!
Is Scala Sans a good typeface for running text (body text)? (even thought its typographic colour seems a little "dark" and similar to Gill Sans, in my humble opinion)
I really mean the sans version, not the serif one! (not Scala)
And if it is good for running text, which typeface could be a good companion for it? (another sans, maybe for display headlines on a magazine?)
I know there is a controversy mixing a sans serif with other sans serif, but I've seen it in use and it could work, sometimes, I guess?
What do you people think? (maybe Scala Sans with TheSans or Scala Sans with DIN?)
Thanks for your feedback!
I have a corporate client whose font is Calibri.
This was chosen because the majority of their communication is on-screen and also because they like to generate their own documents from word (god help me).
They have now come to me with a book design project and have expressed a desire to use Calibri throughout.
Any opinions regarding this will be appreciated.
Thanks for your time.
I am trying to hunt down any visual reference anyone can share of a typeface named Duodecimo. It was at least available during the early to middle 1800s. A serif typeface used in book printing and was available in the United States.
If this exists in a digital font that would be interesting to see a sample or link of.
I appreciate any insight into this typeface anyone might have.