Tuesday, March 8, 2016


Fonts on a website need to be clear and easy to read, consistent, and not distracting. Do not use specialized fonts.

When you are using fonts on a website you have more liberty of what you can use. However, don't overwhelm your reader with fonts that are not easy to read or have too many colors and serifs. Use fonts that are Script for highlights or accents. 

Make good use of your fonts. 

At the maximum, use three different fonts
  • Arial
  • Verdana
  • Times New Roman for your body of text

Here are some examples of fonts:

  • Ariel
  • Courier
  • Georgia
  • Helvetica
  • Times
  • Trebuchet
  • Verdana

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