Archive for June, 2012


Font Readability and Legibility

Although the two terms are often used interchangeably, readability and legibility are actually two quite different terms. Readability pertains to how easily words, sentences, and entire blocks of texts can be read by the average reader. The more readable a text is, the less energy someone has to expend while reading. Legibility, on the other hand, is a measure of how easy it is for the reader to distinguish one letter or character in a text from another. More legible fonts usually have higher x-heights, which is a topic that will be discussed later on.
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