Serif typefaces are a type of font that features small, decorative lines or strokes at the ends of the main strokes of a character called “serifs.” Often used in print materials, such as books and newspapers, serifs are thought to be more legible at small sizes and at low resolutions. Serifs features on letters help to distinguish one character from another, which makes it easier for readers to follow text.
Serif typefaces can be classified into different subcategories based on their characteristics. Some common subcategories of serif typefaces include old style, transitional, modern, and slab serif.
Fontfabric offers different styles of serif typefaces, ranging from formal, traditional typefaces to more modern, sans-serif styles.