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IT & Software

5 Different Categories Of Fonts

5 DIFFERENT CATEGORIES OF FONTS

Serif

The oldest category of fonts. These are characterized as having small feet present at the tops and bottoms of each letter.

Sans-Serif

A cleaner and more modern font category. It literally means "No serif" so these are characterized by having clean, straight lines instead of little feet.

Display

These typefaces are intended to be used at larger sizes for headings, rather than body text.

Script

A natural-looking cursive style category. These are defined by their flourishes and curls, which are called 'swashes'.

Monospace

These are typefaces where the letters and characters each occupy the same amount of horizontal space.

Summary

1. Serif

2. Sans-Serif

3. Display

4. Script

5. Monospace

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