When you read texts it is important that you fully understand what is being said. Many people don’t realise this at first glance, but the type of font you use can make a huge difference in the way you interpret a text. A text that has a difficult font will be more difficult to read. A text that has a clear font will be easier to read, regardless of the topic it encompasses.
The most exciting clear typeface – Open Sans Font
The problem with these types of clear fonts is that they tend to look the same. This could lead to many advertisements or documents containing the same monotonous appearance without much variety to excite the reader. However, the designer of Open Sans Font has spent a lot of time in researching what makes a good open font.
He has been able to pinpoint exactly what is needed to make the font still seem regular and clear, but also to evoke certain feelings and reactions from the reader. It is, after all, the job of font creators to implement their own knowledge into creating a beautiful typeface that looks appealing to the eye as well as the mind.
Open Sans Font is the most flexible of its kind.
It produces a crisp, clear effect to the reader and makes the document more attractive without adding too many frills. It is a neutral typeface and can be used for almost anything, from legal documents to birthday party invitations to wedding thank-you cards.
Open Sans Font has been described as a ‘humanist’ typeface, because it projects the very essence of being human – taking care of a wide array of things with absolute kindness.
This font contains a character set of almost 900 characters and supports the standard ISO Latin 1, Latin CE, Greek and Cyrillic sets. The characters were designed with open stresses and upright ascenders. Without any special curls and twirls, this font creates a friendly appearance with a neutral effect. It was designed especially for web design, web articles, print, and mobile interfaces. It has excellent legibility in each individual letterform, giving it a smooth read to whatever it has to communicate to the reader.
Download Open Sans by the great Steve Matteson
The designer of this font, the incredible Steve Matteson, lives in Louisville, CO, and has over 20 years’ worth of experience in the font designing area. He completed a degree in typography at the Rochester Institute of Technology. He is a true type designer in form and has worked as a monotype imager, and an ascender designer. He is currently working for Monotype Imaging as a Type Director and in his free time he designs fonts like these for Google to use on their different platforms.
Open Sans Font works best as a header with Roboto, Lato, Oswald, Merriweather, and Raleway. It supports regular, light, bold, and italic type interfaces, so you have ample opportunity to create amazing documents!