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enter image description hereI'm wondering if anyone has any tips to help make this 'ca' letter combination look better. Thanks.enter image description here

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  • That font is monospaced. TBH it's probably not a good idea to adjust the kerning. Can you change the font? – Billy Kerr May 13 at 14:28
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    Can you please edit your question to clarify some things: 1) What’s the purpose of this design and at what size(s) it is intended to be viewed? For example, is it a for a logo? 2) Why do you want to improve this particular combination? What displeases you? – Wrzlprmft May 13 at 14:34
  • What have you tried? – Vikas May 13 at 15:11
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The ca looks somehow weak between substantially richer n and p. Clip the horizontal serifs off and readjust the letter spacing.

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I guess there's numerous serif and sans-serif fonts which look more balanced in your case - no tinkering except careful placement if you do not have InDesign or other typesetting program which knows something of visual appearance.

Just one example (Bodoni MT bold)

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  • Nice adjustment. I kind of like the slabs, though. – Ash May 14 at 13:53

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