I'm giving a presentation on thus and need to hand out an info sheet afterwards. Its a non-academic audience. Its basically goign to be 4 key definitions, and some bullet points under each one.
I really don't want to use Arial, TNR, Tahoma, Calibri
Any ideas to make it a little less 'dry'?
Comic sans MS is a nice font that I find both clear and 'non threatening'. It may suit a non-academic audience.
I like it, although suddenly realised that I am procrastinating by picking the font first before making the handout! D'oh!
Any other ideas welcome - I'll get on and actually do it though lol
I've often been recommended to use a sans-serif font as it is easier to read. I have downloaded free fronts from urban fonts and that is a great website. I'm using sans times new roman for my thesis and I really like to look of it
Font decisions are a great form of procrastination :-)
I Agree comic-sans is a nice one, I do a number of non-academic presentations and find people like it. Answering this forum is great way of procrastinating!! LoL
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