Bic Vu heads the Design for Democracy initiative for AIGA DC. For this presentation to the board, she combined two fonts which both are punchy and fresh: Halyard Micro (Darden Studio, 2017) and DJR’s Rhody (Font of the Month Club, 2018). The former is a lively yet robust Grotesque, optimized for smallest sizes and distinguished by peculiar ink traps. The latter is a condensed mechanical face that has “a slab at every possible opportunity”. Together, Halyard Micro and Rhody make for a crisp and appealing typography. Vu uses no photos or illustrations, only type and a few geometric shapes, in two colors. The result is a compelling slide deck with great visual impact.