When choosing fonts, I often look for how the font prints an "a" since we all know that Comic Sans has the best "a" but that it gets a little boring! I also look to see if the letters are formed so that kids can read them clearly. Often a "g" or "q" can be tricky depending on the font. This site has a feature called "Custom Font Preview" (many other sites do, too!) that allows you to type a word so you can see how it looks. Depending on what words I am spelling or what I am using the font for I might not care! I might just choose it because it's pretty. ;)
Remember- click on the font to link to the download page!
|Bad name but cute font!|
|This is another font that is different depending on if you use capital or lowercase letters. "Cheap" is written in all caps, "Sign" is written in lowercase.|