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Heroic Condensed: How to Use This Narrow Sans-Serif Typeface for Your Design Projects


Conclusion: Having a headline font size that is too large can be hard to read, but having an overall lower than average headline font size can distract the eye with too much text when the rest of the content is relatively smaller. Within a slide and a point, the font should be legible at the same time, as if it was a slide with paragraphs of text.




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Although it is not required, having a dominant headline font size throughout a slide design helps to establish the overall structure of the slide design. The headlines should be the biggest font type, in either serif, sans serif, or Egyptian and bold. These fonts also need to be crisp and legible at the same time. Using a similar font style throughout the slide helps to differentiate the headlines from the body. Using a small, semi-bold font or a condensed font also helps make the headlines read well, especially if they are legible but not dominant. Consider using bold or italic type for a non-standard font, because this will help make the text more impactful.


Using large, dominant font sizes in the point also helps establish the overall structure of the slide design. Keep in mind that this font should still be legible at the same time, as if it was a slide with paragraphs of text. Remember to try on a variety of viewports and screen sizes to understand how the slide size will look with a different screen size. Using a similar font style throughout the slide design helps to differentiate the point from the body. Try using bold or italic type for a non-standard font, because this will help make the text more impactful.


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