What is Serif in graphic design?
A serif is a graphic design component of text characters that dates back to early Roman times. It is described as a short line or appendage joined to individual letters in text. This gives the letters and numbers a particular type of visual style that is still popular in modern fonts.
How do you identify sans serif?
The answer is simply in the name. A serif is a decorative stroke that finishes off the end of a letters stem (sometimes also called the “feet” of the letters). In turn, a serif font is a font that has serifs, while a sans serif is a font that does not (hence the “sans”).
Can a slogan be one word?
Slogans absolutely cannot go over one sentence and five dollar words such as “olfactory” should be avoided. Some rules are made to be broken; if there is a five dollar word that rolls up a few sentences of meaning in one word, go for it. The one sentence rule, however, should be adhered to at all costs.
What is Taco Bell's slogan?
At the core of Taco Bell's DNA is a slogan introduced in 2012, Live Mas (“Live More”), which animates its brand and encapsulates the company's philosophy of enriching the lives of its customers and employees in everything it does. It's more than the taco topping…it's their way of life.
What is Burger King slogan?
Be Your Way
What does Burger King logo mean?
The round blue circle represents the world and how Burger King is all over the globe. The blue circle shows that you can travel the world and still find a Burger King. The swoosh at the end of the circle beckons people to come in and try Burger King's food.
What is Nike's new slogan?
'Don't Do It': Nike alters slogan to encourage addressing racism in new video.
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