>We all love playing with different typefaces – they make us understand the document or ad better… is it serious, playful, cheerful, dramatic, old school, fancy, etc?
Designers could spend hours making sure the type is just perfect, meaning that it sets the tone, is readable and even desirable. But have you ever thought about how typefaces are used on public signs?
In a recent report on WKYC, a new font will be used on signs around northeast Ohio’s highways! Why? They are trying to make the signs easier to read, resulting in hopefully less accidents.
Now if only the new signs could be legible and seen in winter!!
~ Michelle Hirsh, Felber & Felber Marketing