Fonts

by Hawke Robinson published 2019/03/16 18:22:00 GMT+0, last modified 2019-03-16T18:37:25+00:00
We are very concerned about accessibility with all our services. Using the most accessible fonts is an important consideration.

Use the highest contrast between font and paper, generally black font on white paper with no watermarks, texture, or other content behind the text.

Use at least 11 point for the smallest fonts.

For readers with dylexia, the best fonts to use are generally:

  • Sans Serif
  • Monospaced
  • Roman

Avoid heavy serifs, proportional, or italics as much as possible.

To avoid license issues, we use open source fonts.

Liberation Sans or FreeSans

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