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If you're concerned with readability and distinct letter forms, and not so much with style, then the Dyslexia font (and others like it) might be worth considering. http://www.dyslexiefont.com/en/dyslexia-font/


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Are there scientific experiments, measurements on these? Yes! But... They are usually inconclusive use an incredibly small sample of users are overly narrow in scope tend to lack a lot of context tend to ignore all the other aspects that go in to readability So, I wouldn't put much weight into it at least on the broad "what is the best typeface" ...


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Very good question. And a very complex one. I just make some general statements. 1) Serif letters on printed media are easier to read with small line height spacing. (probably too on a high definition device) Proportionally sans serif fonts need more line height so the eye can keep track of the line its reading. The main reason is that the serif helps ...


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I'm assuming you will use Adobe Photoshop to make this work. So here are the steps for it: Open a new template. Write the word Mummy on the new layer. Now drag and drop the image you want to bring over the text in this template. After bringing the image, right click on the layer of the image and click on "Create Clipping Mask". The image will now be in ...


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The first thing, you need to know about are Unicode’s Private Use Areas (PUA). It provides code points whose usage is left at the discretion of the font creator. For example, it can be used to provide deco elements, provide fallback ways to access characters that are otherwise only accessible by OpenType features and similar or encode characters for existing ...


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To expand on joojaa's answer... Right-Click or CTRL + Click on your text and Create Outlines Then, you want to offset your path Play with your settings I've colored my result in yellow, so you can see the newly created objects Delete the paths that you no longer want For future reference, this site works more as an "I've tried _____ and I'm ...



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