The feel I want to give is one something that's calm and easy-going, but still feels structured to a point. Loopfirst wants to help you predict the future. Freight Sans Designed by Joshua Darden. No memes, image macros and similar submissions.
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Frsight up or log in Sign up using Google. However, as I write this, the thing I want to ask is "what is the personality of the business? If there is a child element inside of the div, then it is not empty.
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This does not necessarily work for what the asker is looking for, but could be beneficial for future readers. You may encounter slight variations in the name of this font, depending on where you use it.
Something is missing from the markup: You can add content to the h4 to see how it works. Likewise, if you try to style div: Most likely you have one for each testimonial? So I was replying to where it was relevant. Before I was toying around with using Gotham for the headings too.
Alternatively Gill Sans, a humanist sans, and an ol reliable or Futura which suffered overuse in the lastbut is also solid and consistent are the first two I think of.
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Right now I'm using Avenir on the website's splash page, as rpo as, in that example of the tour page in the other comment. However, I also wrote all of that before clicking on the actual link. However, a lot of sans have a condensed wieght, which may be a good option with added bonus of text not running so long Or use a humanist serif font a little trickier, as I can't think of a suitable one without a little research and theres no reason you couldn't use two weights of the same font just as long as the logo is not plain text in the same font.
Not sure what geometric sans you intend on using, but for instance Eurostile has been very popular in the last few years, and it would be tricky to match with a rounder sans. Submit a new text post.
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It's free, I don't see the problem. Initially when there is no content: