Ask DN: Typefaces for low-fidelity prototyping?

almost 6 years ago from Sam Pierce Lolla, Helping startups w/ product design @ Directed Works

  • Tyler RenfroTyler Renfro, almost 6 years ago

    Helvetica is great for low-fidelity prototypes.

    You could use Verdana also if it's screen based, Avenir is good too. I usually try to use something neutral or system fonts initially. That way i can focus on the type setting itself and hierarchy of information.

    Please stop using comic sans.

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