Helvetica


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Synonyms for Helvetica

a typeface in which characters have no serifs

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A feature-length documentary about typography, graphic design, and global visual culture, Helvetica looks at the proliferation of one typeface, which celebrated its 50[sup.
You can use Helvetica for text and headline, which is why you see it in software and emails as well as in big logos like GAP and American Airlines.
Helvetica epitomizes its inconspicuous, naturalized style.
Switzerland-based Credit Suisse (NYSE: CS) has tripled its stake in a Swiss wealth management firm, Helvetica Wealth Management Partners.
GThere are some clever jokes for adults too, like Black calling his daughter Helvetica.
Adults such as Leslie Mann and James Spader are terrific, while newcomer kid Jolie Vanier is quite brilliant as the evil town bully Helvetica.
In the last year, I've seen films about the font Helvetica, the bizarre world of competitive video-gamers, a heavy-metal rock band in therapy, and, of course, environmental pieces like Planet Earth and Who Killed the Electric Car?
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The text covers Burtin's leadership in five fields over five periods: using graphics to illustrate science and information (pre-war); corporate identity (from the mid-1940s); multimedia (which he called "Integration", from 1948); large-scale scientific visualization in 3-D (from 1958); and, with others, promoting Helvetica in North America.
Use simple fonts, such as Arial or Helvetica, in 11- or 12-point size, and left justify the document.
Elly, who is studying for a degree in graphic design at the University of Teesside, won the prize with her typographic treatment of Dylan Thomas' Under Milk Wood, depicting the poetic play using the Helvetica typeface.
Editor's note: In response to our article in the last issue celebrating the 50th birthday of the Helvetica typeface, The Mequoda Group's Peter Schaible submitted this article, which we are pleased to publish.
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Helvetica typeface.
Use a sans serif typeface, such as Helvetica, that is not condensed.
05pm on BBC1 (the time local football highlights would have been screened) Alan Yentob will 'celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Helvetica typeface'.