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One of the most vexing questions a good designer must ask when starting a job is, "What's the most appropriate typeface or font for this job?"

Notice that they don't ask "What's the right typeface?" because: In typography there is no right or wrong, just appropriate or inappropriate.

There are three keys to finding the most appropriate typeface or font

To find a font, enter what you’re looking for here. If you know the typeface name, enter it. If not, just select all the attributes that apply.

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Featured font: Mati, hand-drawn and oddly Juno-esque!

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