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"The company’s chief marketing officer quickly responded after Twitter users pointed out that a tote bag carried a message that looked quite different than what its design intended.
Marketers and designers take note: Font choice matters.
With the wrong font, a seemingly innocuous tote bag can get misinterpreted as mild hate speech.
Check out the product...from the online retailer BelleChic, which Quotable Life designed and produced.
Do you notice anything off?..."