Readability: Fonts

Fonts example

Did you know that some fonts are easier to read, depending on whether they’re used on a printed page or on a screen?

Serif, or Not To Serif, That Is the Question

All fonts are either serif or sans-serif. Serif fonts have decorative strokes on the letters; you can see serifs in the Atma Serif font, above. Serif fonts are easier on the eyes and  good for blocks of printed text while sans-serif fonts are easier to read online. (“Sans” means “without” in French.) Continue reading “Readability: Fonts”