Sans Serif Font

As the name implies, “Sans” is a French word meaning without. Therefore, it is a font without serifs. Serif is small extension strokes at the end of a longer stroke. This font offers minimalism and simplicity compared to Serif. Sans serif font is popular because they are easier to read on screens. The font originated from the 18th century but did not spread until the 19th century. In older times, it was used to emphasize a word or a sentence in a document because of the darker color. There are several typeface or styles of sans serif font, namely modern and geometric. Geometric style is commonly known for its font shapes that are near-perfect circles and square. In comparison, modern design (neo-grotesque) has a characteristic of curved rounded vertical or horizontal ends.

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