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Font usage in design(in Short)

AVENIR

For book without a large amount of text

Bell Centennial

For listening and very poor printing condition

Bell gothic

For very small text containing large amounts of information

Din

For signage posters and display

Franglin Gothic

For newspaper and where available space is limited

Frutiger

For Large signage as an all-purpose for print media

Futura

For large displays; small text in books

gill Sans

For signage; as an all – purpose font for print media

Helvetica

For large or small text; as an all-purpose type face

Meta

for text and numbers, especially corporate communication

Myriad

For large displays;as an all purpose font for print media

trade Gothic

For newspaper, especially classified ads

Univers

For packaging signage and textbooks

VGA Rounded

For instruction manuals and print advertising

Adobe Caslon

For magazines, journals, textbooks, and corporate communication

Adobe Garamond

For textbooks and magazines

Bembo

For posters, packaging, and textbooks

Bodoni

For headlines, Text, and logos

Clarendon

For dictionaries and headlines

Courier

For tabular materials, technical documentation, and word processing

Excelsion

For newsletters, reports, and proposals

Lucida

For low resolution printing, small point sizes and revered-out halftones

Minion

For Limited edition books, newsleters, and packaging

Perpetua

For displays with fine lettering

Sabon

For books and corporate communication

Stempel Schneidler

For displays and fine, legible text type
For newspapers, magazines, and corporate communication

Trajan

For books magazines, posters and billboards

Walbaum

For magazines, Journals, and corporate communication