Supplementary fonts

The following fonts should be used in all situations in which we do not have complete control over how the recipient sees the typography. Applications where this applies include email, PowerPoint presentations, and other correspondence in which the recipient’s computer determines the fonts in which the text is presented. These fonts are standard on all computers, so we can be sure that the recipient will see the same text look and layout.

Arial

We mainly use Eurostile as one of our profile fonts. If you do not have Eurostile, you should use Arial. Arial may not be used in printed matter! It should preferably be used in shorter texts such as headings, introductory texts, sub-headings, captions, etc. It may also, in exceptional cases, be used in short body texts.

arial_regular

 

arial_italic

arial_bold

arial_bold_italic

Times New Roman

We mainly use Adobe Garamond as one of our profile fonts. If you do not have Adobe Garamond, you should use Times New Roman. Times New Roman may not be used in printed matter! It can be used in headings, sub-headings, and introductory texts, but Adobe Garamond Regular is best used in body texts.

times_new_roman

times_new_roman_italic

times_new_roman_bold

 

times_new_roman_bold_italic