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90% of fonts can be split into two categories serif and sans serif. A serif font has small lines tailing from the edges of the letters, symbols and numbers. A sans serif font has straight edges as the name suggests, Sans the French word for without: Without serif.
So how do you go about picking between the two when it comes to your design? Well there are a number of different aspects to consider first.
What is the medium?
Serif fonts as a rule of thumb are easier to read when they are used in print than when they are used digitally. This is because print works have a higher resolution than digital screens. With print documents having between 300 – 600 dots per inch and screens a much lower 100 dots per inch, however more modern Apple device can reach up to 300. This means in some cases the … [Read More]
I am going to take this opportunity to talk about building client relationships and just how important it is to the success of almost any company that we work with. Customers are the life blood of our business and having a solid relationship ensures that our business continues to run on a daily basis but also continues to grow. Developing strong relationships can take time and dedication but the rewards make it count.
People respond well when they feel someone has a genuine interest in the business, we always aim to become a partner of our clients rather then just viewing ourselves as vendor.
We often remind our staff that constant contact is key, regular communication over the phone rather then email is essential as it enables you to have a much more personal relationship with your client.
Growing your relationship with current customers is just as significant as generating … [Read More]