What is Garamond font used for?

Garamond is an old-style serif typeface that was created by engraver Claude Garamond in the 16th century. Often used for printing body text and books. Letters with relatively organic structure resembling handwriting with a pen but slightly more structured and upright.

What is a good font to use?

Calibri. Having replaced Times New Roman as the default Microsoft Word font, Calibri is an excellent option for a safe, universally readable sans-serif font. Cambria. This serif font is another Microsoft Word staple. Garamond. Didot. Georgia. Helvetica. Arial. Book Antiqua.

What is the closest font to Garamond?

Top AlternativesEason (www.fountain.nu)Maiola (www.type-together.com)Marat (www.ludwiguebele.de)FF Parango (www.fontshop.de)FF Reminga (www.fontshop.de)MVB Verdigris (www.mvbfonts.com)Lexicon (www.teff.nl)FF Scala (www.fontshop.de)

What font do professionals use?

Helvetica / Helvetica Neue / Helvetica Now Without a doubt, Helvetica is the most heavily used font by professionals (and also by the not so professional) in graphic design. Although some praise the font, many believe that it is spaced too tightly.