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Does Joe Biden's campaign need to work on their official style guide?

Joe Biden's campaign has already dealt with scandal, but his campaign rollout brought a whole new reason for negative attention—his style choices. Between an announcement tweet riddled with grammatical errors and a logo that seems slightly askew, Biden spent the day being dragged by both Design and Grammar Twitter. He said this election is a "battle for the soul of this nation," so he's got bigger things to worry about than em-dash usage. Do they need to work on their style?

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Biden's logo features a clean sans serif font vaguely reminiscent of Barack Obama's 2008 logo. He's going by "Joe" which makes him fun and approachable. It's even animated! 

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Many people on Twitter were not enamored with the whole design. Some people even noticed the use of the letter "O" as opposed to zeroes in the logo. No, it's not a big deal. But it looks strange. It's just all a little...off.

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It is also very similar to Barack Obama's campaign logo. 

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The affiliated video also featured some questionable cursive font choices. 

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And the related tweet demonstrated some distressing grammatical decisions.

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Biden is worrying about some larger issues than font choices, so maybe he deserves a little leeway.

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Does Joe Biden's campaign need to work on their official style guide?
A festive crown for the winner
#BidenFontStyleDont
#BidenFontStyleDo