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I am looking an example of a well designed layout for a dictionary definition. I attached a photo of an example. Does anyone know of or have examples of printed definitions with carefully chosen typography and spacing? Or digital examples? perhaps the heading on a webpage, where the main heading is the business's name (i.e. pentagram) and beneath the heading is the pronuncation (i.e. /ˈpen(t)əˌɡram/) along with the type of speech (i.e.), the definition itself, and the origin of the word (i.e. origin: Greek, "pentagrammon"). They can be non traditional layouts as well. I am mainly looking for font pairings. I realize this is very specific, but any help would be much appreciated. Even if you can't find examples perhaps suggestions of font pairings, spacing, what words to italicize etc.
Hi! I've recently noticed a trend in typography that has distinctively playful shapes and thick/thin contrast (see attached image for example, this is 'Blackest' by Zetafonts). I was wondering if you know of any similar typefaces. This style is super appealing to me and always catches my attention. Also wondering if this type of font design or its characteristics have any particular name, other than 'display'. Thanks for your time and have a fun day! -Ella 🙂