What is a Sans Serif Font?

Sans-serif typefaces are the opposite of serif fonts: they contain no decorative strokes at the end of each line in the letters, making them appear more modern and simple.

They’re super readable in both large and fine print, which makes them ideal for use on any digital asset, from websites to ebooks.

Some examples of this font type are Avenir, Futura, Circular, Lucida Sans, and Helvetica.

Related Terms: Font, Script, Serif, Slab, Typeface

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