Discussion in 'General' started by Jamie, 10 Apr 2008.
Arial for headings, and Times New Roman for the text.
Anything else should burn in hell IMO.
I cant believe people actually care this much about fonts... I mean if youre working in a design studio fair enough but most of the time it really dosnt matter. I certainly dont give a damn about the history or background of any font I use, easily legible and not utterly ugly is all I ask.
Borg 9 (the Airwolf font) for the cheesecake.
Failing that... Verdana
When you work 8 hours a day in front of a screen fonts do matter.
When you walk along a street you don't (obviously) apreciate fonts and typography, but imagine that street with every sign, shop front and logo using the same font. Would make things a little boring doncha think?
I like that in Verdana there's actually a difference between I and l.
I do I just dont think it makes that much difference, Ive tried using different fonts but found no difference at all so I stick to what Im used to.
I do appreciate typography from a graphic design point of view, its important to have a font that fits in the context its being used, and to have variety, but to have so many strong opinions on a "favorite" font without context seems strange to me.
Verdana as it looks like Centry Gothic
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