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I agree that legibility is more important than being consistent with font. Perhaps, the company could consider decreasing the weight of the bold font. This way it will be the same font type but less heavy and more readable. If you truly believe that the current bold font looks bad but others don't agree, I would suggest running a little user test. You could ...


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If you're only trying to be consistent across all the web fonts, then you probably want to look at swapping them all out. Find a font that has all the benefits of the current one and which avoids the pitfalls, and make a proposal. Make show some examples of some pages using this new font family to get buy-in. If you're trying to be consistent with other ...


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Choosing a font for its aesthetic properties without considering its function or context doesn't sound like a wise choice. In the case the company wasn't publicly associated with that particular font (consistency issues with a logo, printed material, etc.), I would definitely choose the most legible, the one your users will read better, faster and more ...



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