I get asked about the sans serif fonts I use so many times a day, if I were smart I would have A) written a post on it earlier or B) had a canned email prepped. Since I obviously am not, I had neither ready. I decided today I would rectify that situation pronto, being that my time is limited now and the few precious moments I do have to myself I want to be using them for sleeping. I thought that I would start with introducing you to Sweet Sans, I love it’s versatility and it’s amazingly legible even when I go super tiny. Most sans serifs feel very masculine to me, but there’s a little roundness to this one that keeps it from being to sterile, I use it often and get lots of compliments on it. Century Gothic is a also something I like, I probably shouldn’t admit that in public, a lot of designers aren’t too keen on it, but I am mentioning it here because it does come standard on a lot of computers and it may be a nice sans serif that you may have overlooked previously,
And of course, you’ll probably want to know what that delicious cursive font is, it’s a beauty (add a whistle here), I so agree with you, it’s thin but curvy and is definitely a looker, it’s one of my faves by Sudtipos, it’s called Business Penmanship, if you don’t have it already they are currently running a sale, get it you won’t be sorry you did!