I decided to hire 2 different font designers from Fiverr (the freelance market place), and see what the final font designs would end up looking like. One designer wanted $50 and the other $110, which isn’t a whole lot of money for a dual font typeface. But how would it turn out?

To be fair, for these prices, the fonts turned out pretty decent. The $110 project was obviously the better one, and with a few adjustments to things it would be a semi decent typeface of 2 fonts. One being bold and of course then the regular version as well.

If I am going to do this again and hire more font designers, it won’t be somewhere like Fiverr, I will likely go to a better market place such as UpWork. But it was fun and interesting to see what would be designed for me in terms of fonts over on Fiverr.

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