What Designers Think About You Based On Font Choices

A designer’s tolerance for bad design is inversely proportional to his/her skill level. The higher the skill, the less tolerant they are to poor design. That’s why good designers won’t be caught dead eating at a restaurant that uses Comic Sans on the menu. Or attending a wedding where the hosts used Papyrus on the invite. As a heads up, Creative Market has compiled a list of funny prejudices designers have based on your font choices. Check them out below.

Times New Roman

Comic Sans

Copperplate/Bank Gothic




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