Learn the difference between Serif and Sans Serif fonts



So a lot of people have been wondering what’s the difference between Serif and Sans Serif fonts?

Serif and Sans Serif are basically the two most widely used families of fonts.

Serif fonts have those small strokes at the top or bottom of the letter, like those decorative flourishes. 


They are more widely used in print, like books or newspapers.
Sans is French for “without”, so Sans Serif fonts don’t have the strokes and are more widely used on the web and in other more liberal mediums such as magazines.

Depending on the choice of your font, you can influence how your brand is perceived.

Serif fonts look more ornate and professional, whereas Sans Serif fonts look a little bit more fun, hip and young.

And although I’m not convinced of this myself, many people suggest that Serif fonts have better readability, making reading long texts much easier.
Learn the difference between Serif and Sans Serif fonts Learn the difference between Serif and Sans Serif fonts Reviewed by Hassan Designz on November 03, 2019 Rating: 5

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