I need more information. Can I see a live example or image? By the way, that font is not optimized for the web.
I was tasked to make the website of a restaurant based on their new menu and they insist to used the same colors, fonts and the design.
Here is a screenshot of their menu.. screenshot
They used “artbrush” as their main font. I tried to used it and it is indeed not optimized for web because the letters are being cut in the right side so I decided to just use it for headings and look for a body font for it.
I will try to show them the font you suggested and see if they’ll like. Though I doubt coz’ they’re in-love with this “artbrush”.
Cancel my suggestion on those two typefaces I suggested. Neither are sufficient for this design.
You also need to inform your clients why Artbrush is not sufficient on the web. I would also recommend testing Artbrush on multiple platforms (iOS, OS X, Windows, etc). Are they willing to invest in quality typefaces?
I did try testing it in multiple browsers and I think it’s ok for just the titles/headings.
Edit: windows and android only since I don’t have access to apple devices.
And for the body font, yes they are willing to spend since according to their graphic designer most of its resources were bought online.
Here’s the link. It’s the first try/markup so things will change maybe once content, images, backgrounds are finished by the designer.
It’s the homepage, for now it has little context only. And please do give feedback on the design, layout and code if possible. Thanks.
@taxicss I did not have enough time today to help you like I was hoping. I’ve been working on my own projects and juggling homework at the same time (not a good idea). I did take time to find you a suitable typeface for your body copy. If you’d like, I can recommend a few professional Typographers that do have the time to recommend typefaces for your headings? I really wish I had more time to help you.
Typeface: Giza RE (I’d buy both regular and italic styles).
Will I buy it directly from the link you gave and use at @font-face?
If you want to use it via
@font-face, you’re looking at $400/yr per style for their self-hosting license. So you’d be looking at $800/yr just for those two styles.
I would recommend their hosted service at $20/yr per style . That would come out to a total of $40 for both Giza RE Regular and Giza RE Italic. If you need the bold weight as well, which it seems you do, add an additional $20/yr.
After purchase, you will be provided with a link to a CSS file which you will put in your head section. Like this:
<link href="//cloud.webtype.com/css/34r334545345.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />
Do you have any recommendation on how will I use it?
Is this question on how to set your content in those typefaces or for the above information?
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