Fonts

Style of type used to convey a message about the brand

The style of fonts has a subtle (and not so subtle, hello, comic sans) influence on how the type is read, and the look of a font in comparison with the meaning the word has. This is a quick overview of font styles:

Serif

Lora

Merriweather

Tradition, Established, Trustworthy, Masculine

San-Serif

Public Sans

Montserrat

Minimalist, Modern, Clean

Cursive

Great Vibes

Mrs Saint Delafield

Historical, Elegant, Luxurious, Elite

Script

Beth Ellen

Meow Script

Personal, Informal, Honest, Feminine

Display

Bebas Neue

Special Elite

Bold, Artistic, Solid

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