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Fonts – Easy to read

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When writing content on your website or blog
try to find fonts that pass the “Il1” rule
Type a capital I a lowercase l and a number 1 next to each other. If you can’t tell the difference between these characters, you may run into some trouble when setting the text.

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When writing content on your website or blog try to find fonts that pass the "Il1" rule Type a capital I a lowercase l and a number 1 next to each other. If you can’t tell the difference between these characters, you may run into some trouble when setting the text. https://gutflg.com

Score from the experts at Killer Infographics

Visual Communication - 65%
Design - 70%
Content/Script - 55%
Usability - 75%

66%

Final Grade

This piece offers an overview of common typefaces and their legibility, particularly regarding capitals I and L and the number 1. The introductory content has a few errors that might present some confusion for the reader, and readers unfamiliar with typography might not understand the difference between serif and sans serif type. However, the organization is clear, and the votes maintain the same scale across categories — even though some of the voting seems a bit inconsistent. Overall, a reader can see clear differences between the typefaces offered, but the infographic could benefit from some e additional context and consistency. We'd give this a D.

User Rating: 4.93 ( 2 votes)
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