I am trying to compose with *TeX a document that looks like a GDR manual. Basically I need to set a different font, style and color for chapter, section, subsection and subsubsection labels.
It is quite easy to change the color and style: I exploited, for instance, specific commands of the
titlesec packages (namely
titleformat, if you ask).
Since I mainly use LaTeX to compose scientific papers (where the font is quite standard), I just recently started to look for ways to have different fonts inside a document.
According to the information that I managed to retrieve, the easiest way to change the font is to use XeTeX/LuaTeX and
fontspec. But how am I supposed to change each single sectioning style? I have only found references about how to change the default,
sc, etc. font.
Is there any better way to set font, style and color with respect to my goal? How do I change file size to a give value in points?
Moreover, can I place the "Chapter N" and "Name of the Chapter" parts of a chapter sectioning wherever I want? I would like to obtain the same effect as here, where "Trade Dress" should be "Chapter N" and "STATEMENT", instead, the "Name of the Chapter".