Is Arby’s logo an oven mitt?
Move over, oven mitt. Here comes the logo. In its first work for Arby’s, Merkley + Partners eschews the previous animated mitt character and replaces it with a red line depicting a cowboy hat that becomes shorthand for people “thinking Arby’s.”
Did Arby’s used to say we have the beef?
For Sandwiches” To “We Have The Meats”? basically they felt that younger people thought that Arby’s was just roast beef sandwiches and they wanted to make it clear that they have all sorts of sandwiches.
What font is most pleasing to the eye?
Helvetica. Along with Georgia, Helvetica is considered to be one of the most easily read fonts according to The Next Web. This is a sans-serif font and one of the world’s most popular typefaces — a modern classic.
Should I use the same font as my logo?
The logo should look like it belongs to the website, not that it had run there when it was a young logo, playing at hide-and-seek with other logos, and forgotten the way out again. Your headline font should fit in with the font used in the logo, this is a good design practice.