Posts Tagged ‘sans serif’

What were the top 10 most popular sans serif fonts of 2016?

Sunday, January 1st, 2017

Happy New Year and welcome to 2017

It’s a brand new year and like many people I often reflect on the past year. As a graphic and website designer, I also look at current and projected design trends, and will share things on Pinterest. This year, I’ve decided to reflect on some of the most popular trends of 2016, and am starting today with the top 10 most used sans serif fonts of 2016.

According to Typewolf, these are the top 10 most popular fonts of 2016. (more…)

Graphic Design Terms 5-6: Serif vs Sans Serif

Wednesday, January 6th, 2016

Can you tell the difference between a serif and a sans serif typeface?

Serif: a typeface with serifs,the line attached to the end of a stroke in a letter or a symbol.Don’t worry, if you answered, “No,” you are not alone. Before starting graphic design or website design projects for new clients, I often ask whether they prefer a serif or sans-serif typeface. Many do not know the difference between the two. If it’s the same for you, the following definition may help.

In typography, the line attached to the end of a stroke in a letter or a symbol, is called a serif. Therefore, a typeface with serifs is called a “serif” typeface. A typeface without serifs is called “sans serif” from the French word “sans” meaning “without.” (more…)