There are a lot of different fonts or typefaces that you can choose from. How on earth can you figure out which type of font you should use. After all there are basically six different types. There is the geometric type of font. This type of font will show strokes that basically have the same width and have a specific geometric form. The humanistic type of font has more of an individual type look in that the stroke may be both thin and wide. The Old style font has a couple of distinctive things about it. The curved letter tends to tilt to the left and can be described as being traditional and classic. The Transitional and Modern type of fonts are more geometric and sharp than the old style format. You will find that the Modern type of font may also contain some strokes in the letter that are both thick and thin. The Slab Serif font is usually made up of simple forms with a contrast between thick and thin. You will often see solid rectangular stubs on the end of the letter.
So as you see, there are a lot of options to consider. Along with the font, you must also select the size that you are going to use with that font. When thinking about what font to use, make sure that you take a look at how you have designed the layout of the blog. Consider what the blog is going to be about. You want to make sure that the font matches the design, the layout and the subject. If you are thinking of using a unique font, make sure that it is one that the user will not have any trouble when trying to read the content. When it comes to considering the size of the font, again make sure it is large enough that anyone can view and see the letters. If you are going to have a large senior citizen following, you might want to use a little larger size than you might normally use.
When it comes to making the final decision, the best recommendation is to pick one that you like, that fits your blog and above all is one that when your visitor views it, they will be able to easily read your content.