We love fonts!
Fonts are important whether they’re used in design, a letter or on a website. Think about it, when you were finally old enough to need a signature, or your last name changed, how much time did you spend practicing and perfecting? In a sense, you were determining your own personal font.
Using the “wrong” font can distract the reader and even change a design. For example, when creating a presentation—like a PowerPoint—it is better to use a sans-serif font. The sans-serif fonts are easier to read when displayed on a large screen.
The Mopdog pack put together a list of their favorite fonts. Maybe one of them will be perfect for your next design!
“Oh gosh. I’m not a designer, so I’ll go with the non-fancy ones that word gives you.”
“I actually really like the font called Dim. It’s very simple and straight to the point.”
“One of them is Champagne & Limousines. Another solid font is Museo Slab.”
“My favorite fonts include Avante Garde and most gothic fonts.”
“I like the handwritten styles.”
“Not being a designer, I do not know a lot of fonts or particularly have any set favorites. However, I did just finish designing my engagement party invites and I used and really liked Abril Fatface and Playfair.”
“Designosaur is for my favorite!”
“Migraine Serif is probably my favorite font, but I feel bad for Comic Sans (the outcast of the fonts) so it gets an honorable mention in my book.”
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