Everything is better in sans-serif.
The trailblazing, all-knowing, all-encompassing tech giant Google charted new territory by changing their classic, serif font logo in favor of a youthful, sans-serif font they’re dubbing Product Sans.
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Google’s sleeker, flatter look can easily be translated to other brands. Admittedly, getting rid of that little foot at the bottom of their font does make them seem a little cooler — as long as you avoid Comic Sans altogether.
We can’t all be Google.
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