Having a website is essential for any small business. And thanks to easy-to-use website builders and templates, it’s not always necessary to hire a costly designer.
But a word of caution: if you’re planning on designing your own branding, it’s important to familiarize yourself with the basic tenets and principles of design. Choosing the right typeface is a major branding decision, that could influence anything from how your potential customers perceive your brand — to whether anyone can read the copy on your website.
When it comes to logo design, major brands have teams of dedicated designers to make sure that they’re always sending the right message with their typeface selection.
Curious to see what font families were most popular by industry, we analyzed over 150 Fortune 500 companies to see the results. Each logo, usually custom created, was sorted into the four major categories: serif, sans serif, script or display.
To discover the results, check out our infographic below:
Canva Design School 1, 2, 3 | Company Folders | Jessica Hische | Kissmetrics| Nick Kolenda