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Slab serif fonts

Slab serif fonts

The slab serif fonts are in the same family as serif fonts, but with more bold confidence and youth. Slab serif fonts are squared off giving a chunkier look and feel.

Slab serif fonts are excellent for businesses that want to leave a lasting impact.

Popular slab serif fonts include Courier, Rockwell and Museo.


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Understanding how fonts influence our decisions can help in picking the right font for your business. This article lists the different types of fonts and the feelings they evoke.

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