Hi everyone...I'm not at all lazy, but I'm sad to say that I don't have a natural eye for design. My best friend does and I've noticed over the years that she has helped me "develop" my eye. When I created a logo for my company (she was swamped at the time) and asked for her opinion, I thought she was going to reach through the phone and strangle me...I'd used what I now know is the much-typophile-hated font, Papyrus. Anyway, I digress...
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I need a help to choose two fonts for a website.
I've attached a screenshot.
The fonts is that "Nós Desenvolvemos Sites Perfeitos" and "Somos uma pequena empresa"..
The first need to be a strong/bold font.. and the second rather web standart, but i can use image repleacement to others.
This "HOME" page really need to looks gorgeous. Please expert guys. Help me =)
I'm working on an annual report for school and have been using Sabon Next and Courier so far. I like the feel of Courier but it's set width is pretty wide. I was wondering if there was a typeface with a similar feel that doesn't set as wide. It doesn't have to be a monoface.
Also I'm curious if you guys have any suggestions for a third typeface (a sans-serif) that may complement the two.
Discussion (Specific Typefaces):
Sans to Complement Warnock Pro
Serif to go with Univers?
Good Serif to go with DIN or Gotham?
Favorite Serif to go with Gotham
Display Font with Times New Roman
OpenType Serifed Companion for Gill Sans
Pair with Perpetua?