Man: Yuck! ...I hate this font!
must be in comic-sans!!!
either that or the font that the cartoonist draws the strip in.
Arial is a good font. Time New Roman is terrible … and I’ve had more interviewers tell me they prefer to read Arial/Verdanna/Halvetica then something with a serif.
The best fonts are Palatino Linotype and Bradley Hand written.
I only use Times New Roman where I can. I never go with the crappy defaults.
I use Times New Roman all the time it is the only font I use.
Oh my I’m a font-aholic. But I know some who are worse. There are people who have about 25,000 fonts stashed somewhere. Can you imagine?
I like the font of all knowledge.
Some people –when applying for a job or when writing an essay for class– ask for specific, readable fonts than those fancy, unreadable ones.
Sorry, Ziggy, but it sounds like you’re not hired.
This clown is Little Lord “Fontleroy”.
Personally I love Arial, it’s easy to read - Times New Roman looks just a little too ornate. And if I am doing something for fun, not work, then I might use Lucida Handwriting and Comic San Serif. Maybe his prospective employer just wants to find fault with something!
I’ll take the Font of Youth.
My Most favorite font now is Lucida Grande
Numbers are great can tell difference one doesn’t think its some other
alfie: Maybe no other number, but the zero can still be mistaken for the letter O.
Stop being down on Comic Sans MS…I love it. Not a good choice for résumés, though.
June 27, 2016
June 28, 2021