Okay, there's the list of typefaces I am asking you to use in your designs, particularly logos. If you want to use something else, you must ask permission. These are not the best typefaces in the world by any stretch, they're just the best of what's installed on our workstations...

Text & Logo Typefaces

These have clarity, class, and often multiple weights, allowing for the most control and power over your designs.
  • Adobe Caslon Pro
  • Alegreya
  • Arial (cheap Helvetica knockoff on our workstations because they're PC)
  • Arvo (on Weebly & Blogger)
  • Bodoni MT
  • Cabin
  • Calibri
  • Chaparrel Pro
  • Century Gothic
  • DejaVu Sans
  • DejaVu Serif
  • Exo
  • Franklin Gothic Family
    • Book
    • Demi
    • Heavy etc.
  • Gill Sans MT
  • Josefin Sans
  • Josefin Slab (on Weebly & Blogger)
  • Lato (on Weebly... FINALLY!!!!!)
  • Lora
  • Maven Pro
  • Myriad Pro
  • Minion Pro
  • PT Sans (on Weebly & Blogger)
  • Rockwell
  • Segoe UI
  • Trebuchet MS
  • Verdana

Display Typefaces

These are more flashy or creative typefaces. Make sure you match the typeface to the project. Don't use these for paragraph text and only sparingly for logos.
  • Berlin Sans FB
  • Bernard MT
  • Edwardian Script
  • Lobster Regular
  • Lobster Two
  • Mv Boli
  • Nyala
  • Segoe Print
Others by request... If it fits the project.

Great Typefaces for Fashion

These aren't the ONLY typefaces you can use for fashion labels and ads, but students have had very good luck with these. Try them when you can't think of anything else.
  • Bodoni MT
  • Calisto MT
  • Century Gothic
  • Deja Vu Sans (Extra Light)
  • Deja Vu Serif (Condensed)
  • Niagra Solid