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So I'd like to have commands like \LaTeX for Github and twitter, i.e. something like \GitHub{} and \Twitter{} that would print the names with the correct fonts, kerning, etc…

I don't want to reinvent the wheel, especially since in my initial attempts to reinvent the wheel I've struggled to even figure out what the correct font is.

I see (this answer) that fontawesome has icons, but I'm looking for it to say "Twitter", not show a little bird. Perhaps I've missed it if they've also set up something for the company name.

  • Hi, I tried to rewrite a bit your first sentence, to make it more meaningful (I think it was a bit unclear before). I hope not to have altered the meaning in any way. – Moriambar May 10 '17 at 18:02
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I'm not sure Twitter has an "official logo with font", but GitHub appears to be just Sans Serif, so something like:

\newcommand\GitHub{\textsf{GitHub}}

You might want to consider just using small-caps though, as an alternative:

\newcommand\Twitter{\textsc{Twitter}}
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  • Here's a link with the twitter font (not going to show it since I don't know all the copyright issues involved): clipartkid.com/images/0/… – Joel May 10 '17 at 20:28

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