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From street signs to flyers to brochures, typography can help unify the look of many different types of materials. Even with pieces that may have different photos or layouts, the typography is an obvious element that, when used consistently, can unify all the materials. A uniform typography also gives personality to the design while conveying expertise in what’s being said and how it’s presented.

Font used for logo is Trajanus Roman.

Font was designed by Roger White. It is available under Public Domain license and it is allowed for commercial use.

 

Other fonts:

EB Garamond is font used for “IBU publications”. This font is standard font for books published by International Burch University.

Font was designed by Georg Duffner and it is available under SIL Open Font License (1.1), and it is allowed for commercial use.

 

Maven Pro is font used for printed materials like 3-folded brochures, posters and etc. This font also can can be used for book titles or similar things.

Font was designed by Joe Prince and it is available under SIL Open Font License (1.1), and it is allowed for commercial use.

 

PT Sans is font used for printed materials like 3-folded brochures, posters and etc. This font also can can be used for book titles or similar things.

Font was designed by Alexandra Korolkova, Olga Umpeleva and Vladimir Yefimov and released by ParaType in 2009. and it is available under SIL Open Font License (1.1), and it is allowed for commercial use.

 

Roboto Slab is font used for printed materials like 3-folded brochures, posters and etc. This font also can can be used for book titles, web sites or other simillar things.

Font was designed by Christian Robertson and it is available under Apache License (2.0), and it is allowed for commercial use.