What does Garamond mean?

What does Garamond mean?

Garamond is a group of many serif typefaces, named for sixteenth-century Parisian engraver Claude Garamond, generally spelled as Garamont in his lifetime. Garamond-style typefaces are popular and particularly often used for book printing and body text.

What is a good font to use?

Calibri. Having replaced Times New Roman as the default Microsoft Word font, Calibri is an excellent option for a safe, universally readable sans-serif font. Cambria. This serif font is another Microsoft Word staple. Garamond. Didot. Georgia. Helvetica. Arial. Book Antiqua.

What is the most unreadable font?

My top 10 most loathed fonts as a graphic designer!Comic Sans. ‘Comic Sans looks like someone threw up on their keyboard and that’s what came out,’ says graphic designer Dave Combs.Papyrus. This particular font face was designed in 1982 by Chris Costello, (who himself admits that Papyrus is overused). Hobo. Scriptina. Times New Roman. Arial. Bradley Hand. Copperplate Gothic.