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sans-serif

A typeface style without serifs, which are the short horizontal lines added at the tops and bottoms of the vertical member of the letter. Helvetica is a common sans-serif font.


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However, he said going with a "classic" font like a Helvetica (a sans-serif font) or Baskerville 3a classic serif) is a good choice--or creating a "timeless" look by combining a sans serif and serif.
The logo is a stylized windmill fan, with the motto below it in lowercase letters, a sans-serif font, and no dot over the "i" in "Batavia."
These cut-up jottings are rendered in an affectless sans-serif font that lends them an almost informational feel.
If you are using a sans-serif font, skip the italic and use bold for emphasis.
(4) Uses a more modern sans-serif font. You can set up your template explanation of experience rating any way that is appropriate for your state.
The new logo displays the combined companyas brand name in capital letters (UNITED) in a custom sans-serif font, joined with the global mark which has represented Continentalas brand image since 1991.
The site's styling is unmistakably Apple-inspired, with a crisp, clean layout, copious use of black, white and gray and text presented in a bold, sans-serif font.
The clean use of white space -- gone is sans-serif font and many shades of blue -- elevates the content as well as the advertising.
All handouts should be printed on coloured paper and written in a plain, sans-serif font, such as Arial, at a minimum size of 13pt.
(One typeface designer says a serif font is a classy, well-dressed woman while a sans-serif font is a tragic fashion victim).
"Script fonts communicate elegance," says the designer, but she suggests pairing it with a serif or sans-serif font, "Too much script is over-powering and [hard] to read," she explains.
If the user's browser doesn't have Arial, H1 will default to another sans-serif font face, and likewise for H2 (except the font-family will default to a serif font face).