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The two main type classifications you see are called serif and sans serif. Other classifications include modern, slab serif, blackletter, script, and decorative. However, in the interest of time, we are going into detail for the most common two.

Serif

Remember when I pointed out the little foot in the word “faulty?” Typefaces with feet like that are called serif. You can see where we highlighted these little feet below:

Serif

 

Common serif typefaces include Times New Roman, Georgia, and Garamond. If you’re reading a novel, you might notice the body text is a serif. That’s because a serif is much easier to read in long, printed works due to the distinctiveness between letters.

 

Sans Serif

In French, the word “sans” means “without.” So the term “sans serif” literally means “without serif.” In the image below, you’ll notice the words lack serifs, as we pointed out with the red arrows.

Sans Serif

 

Common sans serif typefaces include Arial, Verdana, and Futura. You’ll see a lot of sans serifs being used in blog posts and documents on the web because it feels more modern and looks great even at lower screen resolutions.