One thing that should be very clear when designing a template or when selecting a font for your blog, it should be loved by all the readers and they should come back again to read your blog. When your fonts are of poor quality, then whatever the content you write become useless.
Sometimes you may feel the font is pleasing, but for others it may be irritating and hurting their eyes. One major advantage of choosing a good font is, it can help your readers scan and read the content better. So which are the perfect fonts to use on your blog and web designs ?
These 3 fonts are worth considering –
1. Arial –
The best and famous font that is known by everyone. Arial was originally known as Sonoran Sans Serif. It acquired its current name when Microsoft started to include it in Windows. Adding to it, Google, Windows, Apple Mac OS uses this font. It can be used in reports, presentations, magazines, newspapers, promotions and advertising.
2. Georgia –
Georgia is designed for clarity on a computer monitor even at small sizes and low resolutions. It is the best alternative serif typeface to Times New Roman, but with many subtle differences, Georgia is larger than Times at the same point size. So people prefer Georgia.
3. Verdana –
It looks very similar to arial, but has a wider width. The Verdana fonts were created specifically to address the challenges of on-screen display. Designed by world renowned type designer Matthew Carter, and hand-hinted by leading hinting expert, Tom Rickner, these sans serif fonts are unique examples of type design for the computer screen. This works well with bigger line heights and a good match for templates that utilize larger screen resolutions.
Got something to say ? Which is your favorite font ?
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