You know, I don't think I've ever considered the lack of font portability between MacOS and iPadOS. I've opened docs in Word on both, but usually on the iPad it's just to review (and the docs tend to use some standard, default font).
What app are you using for scripts? I've read Scrivener or Duet are like the "go to" apps.
Scrivener is the one of choice, but... It has a subscription model. So believe it or not, I just use pages.
I adapted something known as the Dark Horse Comics script
. It's a format that after awhile & adapting for yourself that is easy to use.
Scrivener has so many cool features like the index cards and more for really developing your work, but I am just loathe to pay a subscription for software. Especially if my access to my work can be cutoff if I don't maintain the sub. To entertain myself I tend to add different fonts, colors, and such to make the script stand out. If someone else is using the script, they will adapt it for themselves. Since lately I am only writing scripts for myself for my own amusement, it doesn't really matter the format. I just tend to do a script or notes here, then maybe want to do some on the iPP while I am out, and so on.
Also, the Notes app is pretty good as well. It's fun mixing your hand writing, drawings, and type altogether. Don't sleep on it.
If you want to see a 'logo', it had better be an image, because a version you use with a typeface won't show. It isn't big of a deal. But if you have the slightest bit of OCD, you end up distracted and wasting time fixing the pages the way you intended. Basically formatting ends up all over the place, as you can even see with the "original" page.
Note: Both pages are from Pages, but I knew the formatting didn't match, so I used it to give an idea of what a page looks like for OS to IOS.