We include typography for most of our designs. Typography is an art that adds personality and behavior in written texts. It is done to make your graphic or presentation more readable, defined, and appealing.
Serif and Slab Serif
Serif is a small line attached to the end of a stroke in a letter or symbol. Slab serifs are invented and popular in the 19th century. They are block-like serifs with bold typefaces. They described as classic, elegance, professional, and traditional.
The most common serif typefaces that is used today are:
Times New Roman
Alfa Slab One
The next typeface is Sans- serif. From the French word sans meaning “without”. It is gothic and no line at end of the stroke. It defines minimalist, simple, and modern.
Handwriting and Scripts
Handwriting scripts are those casual connecting script typeface. The face exhibits an exuberant graphic stroke emulating the look of handwritten written letters with an ink brush. They are formal, and good for wedding presentations.
font can mimic a typewriter or computer terminal. They are proportionally spaced. The system fonts Courier, Monaco, and Consolas are examples of monospaced fonts. Best described for monitors and onscreen displays.
Display typefaces are used to entice a reader into text copy, to create a mood or feeling, or to announce important information. They are commonly used in unique presentations, classics, mint, and vintage look.
Typefaces when properly used creates a good presentation for your designs. It takes years of practice and keen eye for details to determine what type of fonts you are going to use.
Some fonts are available for free and some are paid for branding. You can own a unique font. You can hire a Type Designer for you to have your own exclusive font.