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  • Frankie

    True story about Comic Sans. Sorry Comic Sans.

  • Samantha Ann

    TRUTH. If your default e-mail font is Comic Sans, I will not take anything you say seriously.

  • JJSwag Wang

    "Comic Sans is never a acceptable font. Unless you are an 8 year old girl writing a poem about unicorns." - part of the 'Confessions of a Designer' series, designed by Anneke Short This is exactly what my teacher says

  • Breanne Fencl

    25 Fun Fonts for Font Snobs and hating on Comic Sans. For those who want to practice proper graphic design.

  • Tulip Tree Studios

    Comic Sans is never an acceptable font. Unless you are an 8 year old girl writing a poem about unicorns. #ComicSans #Quotes

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I can think of a few people I'd love to send this to ;)~ Loving these "Confessions Of A Designer", What Goes On In A Designer's Mind posters by Anneke Short.

“Confessions Of A Designer” minimalist posters by Anneke Short. Not only are they amusing, but I think they’re also examples of great opportunities to educate clients about design!

LOVE these... and not just plain old vanilla love. We're talking full on, heart for the O love. Like, write it on the cover of your notebook love. With hearts. Maybe even arrows.

I like that this font looks like it has texture. It isn't too hard to read with just a few letters, but it probably wouldn't work with multiple lines of text.

Graphisms by Nebojsa Cvetkovic, via Behance Me sarcastically to my typography teacher: "Can I use Comic Sans in my final project?!" :D Teach: "I'll take a letter grade off" hahaha

If you question my geekery, you must read this article. Typography is REAL.

This is a helpful guide to easily remember what each of these words mean when you're working with all things text. This is a super effective use of design.

Confessions of a Designer - Quotes from the world of design lol. I always use Comic Sans. Does being a first grade teacher count?

Fonts. Not many designers stick to these tenets anymore. As in, they weren't taught...or they don't care. Great graphic design is quickly becoming a lost art, I feel like.