When it comes to the graphics on my fitness site where I am plugging a Beachbody product or making a post related to Beachbody I want to make sure stick to the Beachbody overall look and brand. To do this I try to use the specific Beachbody font when I can find them.
Sure Occasionaoly, I will use Beachbody’s graphics to advertise products because it’s quick it’s easy and some of them are really good. Especially the work created in the last few years, (cudos Beachbody’s design team!), InsanityMax 30 and Cize is just phenomenal and from what I am seeing from Hammer and Chisel and Hard Corps it looks like it’s only getting better. This are typically found in the sidebars of my site on any post I make I like using my own. This is because it’s my site and I love web and graphic design! I find it fun and relaxing, so why take the fun out of life? because it’s easy? Nah, that just makes me feel lazy. To make the graphics consistent you have to have the fonts or at least the closet font you can find and after a little research (like 5 minutes and google) I found the Beachbody font.
Some computers may already have it so check your machine first, if you don’t already have it on your machine you can find it free at several places. I downloaded it here.
Tip: Never download anything that has an auto installer or an exe especially when it comes to fonts. You never know what’s hidden in that code. Always download the zip files with the otf or ttf extensions and then copy an paste them into your fonts folder.
Tips 2: It may not look right at first because the default letter spacing is wrong so just play with that spacing until you think it looks close.
Good luck and happy designing!