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Should Your Business Use One Font Only?

It's not just what you type, but how it looks when you type it.
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If you want to ensure that existing and potential customers recognize your brand, you need to go further than just designing a memorable logo—you need to create a cohesive experience. One of the most undervalued yet effective ways to do this is by selecting a singular typeface to use for all client communications, marketing materials and other representations of your brand.

Graphic designers are happy to discuss typography as well as

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