Many designers ask about the best fonts to use in their artwork, and how to choose the most suitable font type for their design. Actually, this question is very important because the fonts should be readable and should follow the general design theme and tone.
Our font examples below explore those kinds of fonts that simulate writing on a chalkboard. These fonts are suitable for designs for schools, learning courses, educational websites, and more.
The first thing to consider when using a font is to check if it fits your design or it would appear odd. The general theme in your design will restrict you to use only those fonts that meet the concept and spirit of the specific design you’re working on.
Then, you need to think of when and how you will use the chalk font. For example, many chalk fonts are hard to read when they are used in a small size, therefore you need to limit yourself to using chalk fonts in titles and headlines, and use a simpler, more readable font for the content, especially when you are working with long paragraphs.
Due to the design of its font glyphs, using this type of fonts in your design may take up a large space compared to other fonts. Therefore, you need to consider a suitable position where you can add the text that will be written using the chalk font.
The color of the font is another important factor to consider when using chalk fonts in a design. Many designers prefer to use white font color, because it is the logical color that comes to mind when we think of writing on a chalkboard. Here are some useful chalk font examples that you can download by clicking on the font’s preview and use it in your design.