Statistics About The Most Readable Font For Print

The most readable font for print is generally considered to be serif fonts such as Times New Roman or Georgia.

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"Arial is the third most popular typeface for printed material."

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"Times New Roman is used by 14.2 percent of all the websites which use custom fonts."

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"Studies show that readers generally prefer serifs for printed text."

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"The most legible fonts were Arial, Courier, and Verdana at 12-point size, 10-point size, and 10-point size, respectively."

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"In a study on fonts, participants were significantly more likely to agree with a statement written in Baskerville than other fonts."

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"Sans-serif fonts (like Arial) are considered best for PowerPoint presentations."

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"As per 2021 reports, Georgia, a serif font, accounts for 3.7% of all websites using custom fonts for clear reading."

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"A study conducted by the Software Usability Research Laboratory found that Arial is one of the most readable fonts when it comes to providing online material."

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"Verdana is a highly readable print font, having been designed for Microsoft in 1996 specifically for readability on screens and in print."

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"Around 10.61% of body copy is set in sans-serif, with Grotesque being the most popular choice."

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"Courier, popularly used for drafts and proofs, was designed for readability and fixity in printed format."

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"Calibri, a font developed by Microsoft for enhanced legibility both on screen and in print, replaced Time New Roman as the default font in Microsoft applications."

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"Over 2.5% of professional typographers prefer Futura, suggesting the typeface's readability in print formats."

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"The New York Times newspaper uses Georgia as one of its main fonts because of its excellent on-screen and in-print readability."

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"Bembo, which has been used for some of the most beautiful printed books, is known for its readability in print."

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"Approximately 57 percent of consumers prefer to read printed text over digital and name fonts as a deciding factor in their preference."

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