Announcement Announcement Module
Collapse
No announcement yet.
Best font for fine print Page Title Module
Move Remove Collapse
Search Search Module
Collapse

Advertisement Advertisement Module
Collapse

Latest Topics Latest Topics Module
Collapse

  • kemingMatters
    Comment on Am I imagining too much?
    kemingMatters
    That's where tact comes in, don't be dismissive of bad ideas, try to lead and sculpt them into good ideas. As be mentioned look for the root of the issues. A client or your boss (who isn't a trained designer)...
    Today, 04:18 PM
  • seamas
    Reply to How young is too young?
    seamas
    There are CEOs of major companies with far less emotional and social maturity as an 18 month old.,
    Today, 03:56 PM
  • seamas
    Reply to Away from Bauhaus and into the Modern Era
    seamas
    One thing your design History class should be reinforcing is that in the context of design, dance, art and music the word "Modern" has a pretty distinct meaning --and when it comes to design,...
    Today, 03:55 PM
  • Xeon
    Reply to Am I imagining too much?
    Xeon
    Hi guys, tks for the replies. Regarding dealing with the bosses / upper management part, do you guys feel like treading on egg shells here? I mean, to have a peaceful life, I used to do whatever the bosses...
    Today, 03:38 PM
  • seamas
    Comment on Gaming Logo
    seamas
    I don't get the design.

    At all.
    I have very little in regard to positives to critique here.

    What other sketches did you do before settling on this?
    Today, 03:24 PM

Powered by mediabistro.com
Mediabistro Creative Sites Mediabistro Creative Sites Module
Collapse
X
Conversation Detail Module
Collapse
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Best font for fine print

    Whats the best font, in your opinion, for fine print? Currently I have it at 5 pt (.063 in) in Arial Narrow. Any other suggestions? Thanks.
    JASON TURNER | JAYWORKS.NET

  • #2
    Arial narrow is awesome for fine print. Helvetica is just as fine, but it's wider, improving readability at fine print sizes (which you may or may not want, you're not printing a contract so people can sell you their souls, are you, satan?). It's a very common font for forms and such.
    IM me sometime! I promise I won't abbrev. any words under fourteen letters long.

    Comment


    • #3
      I can think of several that would work well... just stick to a sans serif and you should be fine.
      "It's never too late to be who you might have been." - George Eliot

      Comment

      Mediabistro A division of Prometheus Global Media home | site map | advertising/sponsorships | careers | contact us | help courses | browse jobs | freelancers | content | member benefits | reprints & permissions terms of use | privacy policy Copyright © 2015 Mediabistro Inc.
      Working...
      X