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Fonts

East Central ISD fonts

Fonts are another way to establish consistency in all of our District's publications, whether in paper form or digital. 

Tips

  1. Always use brand fonts when possible. Technology Operations will need to install the fonts for you. If you are able to install the fonts yourself, here are some instructions to install, remove and manage fonts on PCs and Mac.
  2. For online material, you may use Georgia, Arial and Impact, or Google/web font equivalents to the typefaces in our fonts family.
  3. Script fonts are intended for invitations and formal pieces. Any specialty, stylized font should be used sparingly.

Bebas Neue

 Bebas Neue is an open-source font family with a condensed sans-serif typeface typically used in titles and subtitles, or in short attention-grabbing text on a graphic. 

Download the ZIP folder to begin the process of installing the fonts on your machine.

An example of the Bebas Neue font.

 

 Cinzel

Like Bebas Neue, Cinzel is for titles and subtitles and to give an elegant, refined look. Cinzel is a typeface inspired by first-century Roman inscriptions and based on classical proportions. However, it's not simple revivalism, while it conveys all the ancient history of the Latin alphabet it also merges a contemporary feel onto it.

Download the ZIP folder to begin the process of installing the fonts on your machine.

An example of the Cinzel font.

 

 Lato

Lato is best suited for setting body copy. Lato is a typeface that is very clean and elegant, not too distracting, with a touch of warmth, and reminiscent of summer (which it is named after – ‘lato’ is the Polish word for summer). Lato is a sans-serif font created to look neutral in body copy but has some unique traits at larger sizes. The font's designer describes Lato as “serious but friendly.”

Download the ZIP folder to begin the process of installing the fonts on your machine.

An example of Lato font.