I like this handwriting typography a lot cause it is used in a lot of places and looks good thanks to the multitude of fonts you can choose from. It’s not Comic Sans, it’s a good looking style that can be integrated in websites, posters, typography experiments and a lot more type of projects.
Handwritten or handwriting fonts, however you want to call them, attract the visitor’s attention thanks to the fact that the user identifies his writing (with a certain similarity, of course) with the one he sees on the website. The most obvious application for these I believe is using it in kids projects in an attempt to approach them with a calligraphy font or one that looks drawn instead of the mechanical looking ones that we, adults, face every day.
In this article you’ll find 70 examples of free handwritten and script fonts from which you’ll surely choose one to use. Bookmark the article cause you never know when a client comes up with a project and demands the use of a good handwritten font.
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