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Font

Fonts to use for the Digipak… Calibri: A simple, commonly used and known font that can
Fonts to use for the Digipak…
Calibri: A simple, commonly used and known font
that can be used for Digipak titles and/or text.

Font

Font

Font

Font Fonts to use for the Digipak… Calibri: A simple, commonly used and known font that
Font Fonts to use for the Digipak… Calibri: A simple, commonly used and known font that

Arial: Another simple font, I can use this font as it works in some Digipak products of the soft rock gen- re as demonstrated in the Digipak analysis.

Cambria: A 3rd common font which looks somewhat more posh and classical of a font than the 2 previ- ous. Hence the refined fletter…

Accord light SF: Much like Cambria, it is refined and resembles the feel of classical music. The letters are well defined and refined.

Adobe gothic: A font that stands out even when not highlighted in bold, its simplicity and roughness would be good to make the text stand out, though its relevance to a soft rock product is questionable.

Myriad pro: A font that looks similar to Calibri, ex- cept the letters are naturally larger and wider slight- ly. The font appears more clearly and stands out.

Simsun: A thin yet very neat and refined font type that can be used for the Digipak album/poster.

Font

Font

Font

Times new roman: A classical, incredibly well known and referenced, and very neat and refined text type.

MS reference Sans: A font that looks natural and bold and seems to generally stand out.

Static font style, this is a relatively simple style of text that could be used for
Static font style, this is a relatively simple style of text that could be used for
Static font style, this is a relatively simple style of text that could be used for

Static font style, this is a relatively simple style of text that could be used for main titles…

Multi-coloured font style, this is something that could be used for attractive text and titles, though it will have to fit in with the colour scheme.

3D text over text visual effects. I could possibly use this for the main title, by placing identical text over
each other but a pixel apart in position to create a 3D effect like the left example.

Font ideas:

For the text used in the Digipak, it may be necessary to use a classical looking font as the main use of text, for both titles and paragraphs. The title of the front cover, being the main textual attraction, should appear in 3D effect as demonstrated above. It should stand out, as well as fit the colour scheme.

While more than one font can be used in the Digipak and poster, the variety cannot be too big and a maximum of 3 different fonts should used, so the product has more elemental consistency.

Due to the colour scheme planned to be used, all text should relate to that colour scheme. The idea is for headings and titles to be orange, and the rest to be white.