History Of Font

By: Tyler Liverman

Times New Roman Font

Times New Roman is a serif type font stated by the British newspaper The Times in 1931, created by Victor Lardent. It is part of the serif font category. Its characteristics fall under strong and resolute character letters. It is often used on word, power point, in newspapers, textbooks, and more. Its image is a clear read letter that has feet look alike underneath them. http://evolutionext.blogspot.com/2011/10/times-new-roman-characteristics.html

Arial Font

Arial is an Sans Serif Font discovered in 1982 by Mono type Imaging designers Robin Nicholas and Patricia Saunders for use in an laser printer. It has came to use for great textual content and wording. Today Arial has been used on several computers and many text programs. The image of the Arial Font is an easily read wording that can be used in paragraphs, ads, or newspaper. It is also used very well in small or large sizes. http://www.fonts.com/font/monotype/arial

Webdings Font

Webdings is an Symbol Font that was discovered in 1997. It came about as an fast and easy method of importing graphics in their pages. It’s become an creative way of including graphics on a site without making users wait for graphic files to download. As it was used before, it is still used for today. It is a representation on a letter without putting the letter but as a graphic. Its image is basically a picture of something representing that particular letter. http://www.microsoft.com/typography/fonts/family.aspx?FID=5