Capped A submission from Leslie Rubio in Michigan, who writes, ‘Got this from a guest speaker. The entire promotional piece was in this font. All caps, all squished together. The piece fit on to standard letter paper and was also shrunk down to half sheet size which made it even more difficult to read.’ Definitely an offence at the Font Police: not only is it in all caps, but the kerning is terrible (if you spot AT in among the mess, you’ll see what we mean). The way the T has been spaced here means jarring white spaces everywhere. This is the perfect example of why text should not be set all in uppercase.
Simple typography design fit into great words -Viktoria Bojilova