1 matchesThat sounds like a simple question. Right?
I think this is about the most difficult one I've seen on this forum. I'd like to help. But there is no easy way out like choose this font or choose that font. Typography is one of the few tools you have to influence how readers perceive a tekst at first instance. And once that perception is there it is difficult to change. So, assuming you want people to think positively about your school project you first need to think about what you want to achieve - with whom.
So, before we proceed here are some questions. It is called the typographers brief:
What is the subject?
Is it mainly text or mainly pictures?
What is the goal of the project - for whom?
Who judges the project?
What sort of people are these? Older? Young? Liberal? Conservative? ...?
How do you want the project to be perceived by these people? Jolly? Serious? Scientific? ...?
So, first we define the environment and what we want to achieve. When we know that - then it is fairly easy to find the typefaces (and the page lay-out) that will help to achieve the goal.
OK? Come back and I'll help.
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