• fb_82100996 avatar Richard Posted: 9/27/2012 11:45am PDT

    Thanks for posting. Didn’t expect to see an article about graphic design on one of my favorite car sites. My firm, upshiftcreative.com, obsesses over these details every day for print and interactive devices. And people tell me, “all fonts look alike…”

  • richard avatar Richard Posted: 9/27/2012 12:11pm PDT

    Those are the people who use Comic Sans.

  • Cfthelin avatar Cfthelin Posted: 9/27/2012 1:12pm PDT

    I like to use Comic Sans font when writing emails to my children and in other informal messages. Otherwise Times New Roman, with serifs, is considered less difficult to read correctly. However, the serifs make up for line weight but add some line width.
    I note that I had no choice in the TCC comments section so I guess you guys are setting a standard with which I agree. :-))

  • Cfthelin avatar Cfthelin Posted: 9/27/2012 1:14pm PDT

    Oh nuts. I see that I wrote in a serif font but TCC put into a sans serif font for display. WHY?

  • richard avatar Richard Posted: 9/27/2012 1:53pm PDT

    I know, I know: from Courier to Arial. (Which could be the title of a vintage paperback, now that I think about it.)