What font should you use?
Here are some safe sans-serif typefaces you might start with: Arial, Impact, Lucida Grande, Tahoma, Verdana, and Helvetica. Here are some safe serif typefaces to start with: Georgia, Palatino, and Times New Roman.
What font do doctors use?
Times New Roman
What font makes you smarter?
Fonts like Georgia and Freight Text Pro are great for highly readable body copy, and ‘Display’ fonts are better for headlines or testimonials. IBM did an eye-tracking study rating comprehension levels and the serif font Georgia rated higher than the san-serif font Verdana, so score one for the serif fonts.
What font says about personality?
Every font has a unique personality and purpose. While working on a project, it’s imperative to know which font matches the intended tone of communication. Serif fonts portray tradition, sophistication and a formal tone. Sans serif fonts are modern, humanist and neutral.
What are examples of font effects?
Tile Filled, Gradient Filled, Upside-Down, Hard Shadow, Sheared Shadow, Slanted, Stamp, Extruded, Outline, Multi-color Outline, Stroke, Thick Stroke, Thin Stroke, Double Outline, Psychedelic, Balloon, Joined, Overlapped, Jittered, Fuzzy, Fuzzy Shadow, Soft Shadow, Soft Outline, Denser Soft Outline, Distance Blurred …