Daniel Will-Harris wrote
> Actually the "in" sans serif face of the moment is Frutiger.
Here in the UK I've noticed a lot of stuff being done in Frutiger
which at one time would have been done in Helvetica -- package
labelling, small ads, signs, leaflets, etc. For everyday
applications such as these Frutiger is becoming quite popular; and
I'm glad to see a type with a bit more refinement than Helvetica
(IMO) being used for these applications. However, in applications
such as display ads, TV commercials, CD covers, and 'glossy'
posters, the sans serif type which I've seen most often being used
to convey a 'with it' message is Rotis Sans or Semisans.
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