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Beyond Helvetica: 9 More Résumé Fonts That Stand Out, According To Designers (Huffington Post)
Times New Roman -- the font found in 12-point size on term papers everywhere -- has officially been snubbed. According to an article on Bloomberg Business, the typeface is a big no-no for résumé, along with the flowery Zaphino and the comically wonky Comic Sans. Instead, the author urges readers to opt for Helvetica, the font praised by hipsters and businessmen alike. But, according to Art Director and Letterer Kevin Cardell, Times New Roman isn't an inherently off-putting choice -- it's just become a hackneyed option because it's used so frequently. "The poor application of the font is to blame," he told The Huffington Post. "So in a sea of résumés, it definitely suffocates." To avoid a similar fate, we suggest picking a less common font. Sure, Helvetica is stalwart, but similar options may give your CV a boost. Here are 9 fonts designers recommend using on a résumé: >>Read More...
How to change the font in Google Chome (PC Advisor)
Although the design of websites has come a long way since the birth of the Internet, it’s just not enough sometimes. You get bored of seeing the same fonts, day after day, week after week. That’s not true with Google Chrome, as the hugely popular browser has the option of changing the website font to one that you like. How? Well, read on to find out. Step 1: Click the Chrome Menu in the top right hand corner of the Google Chrome browser and select “Settings”. >>Read More...