This Infograph Reveals the Worst Sins to Commit With Writing Fonts

By: Misel Saban - Published: Aug 13, 2014 • References: designmantic &
There's a skill to using writing fonts to create posters, banners and presentations. If you want to know what are the worst typography sins to commit, Design Mantic put together this nifty infographic that ranks the worst faux-pas you can make when using typefaces in your design projects.

The '7 Deadly SIns of Typography' is laid out like a pie chart which each sin taking up a portion of the circle. In the middle of the circle is a comical pirate skull to remind you how bad committing one of these writing sins is. The infograph includes topics like "unreadable fonts," "neglected tracking," "poor contrasting" and "to many fonts" as some of the key things to avoid when playing around with various typefaces. Stats for Sinful Typography Infographics Trending: Older & Buzzing
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