Sans serif type

Sans serif type,

Definition of Sans serif type:

  1. Typeface that (unlike a Serif type) does not have extensions at the letters termination points. Sans serif type lends a clean and sharp appearance to the text, and is suitable for headlines or highlighted matter. Such type, however, is known to retard readability of large bodies of text, specially when less than 10 point in size.

Meaning of Sans serif type & Sans serif type Definition