Believe it or not, typography plays a great part on how a text, be it a title or a paragraph, will convey a message to the reader. On a physical level, we automatically use our voice, gestures, emotions, facial expressions and posture to communicate with others.
When we want to entice the person who has laid eyes on our piece of text, even the small detail is a game changer.
Fonts do more than just transmit words between parties. In fact, there are so many styles and shapes, each of which can trigger particular emotions and associations before we even comprehend what we are reading about.
The great thing about fonts is that they can set a scene for the reader and also give a hint on what is about to follow. With a font you can inform, alarm, emphasize, encourage/discourage, prevent or urge someone to visit a page or of course to buy your products.
Here at LearnWorlds, we take fonts very seriously! How serious you ask? Well, i have two words for you: Fonts Manager.
With our brand new Fonts Manager, the sky’s the limit as you can now choose over a bunch of amazing fonts, all built in your school’s authoring environment.
Do you want to amaze your visitors like this Wedding Planning school did with their Landing page?
Or perhaps as an artist you want to teach through delicate aesthetics like in this Photography school.
Pretty neat, right? And the best part is that customizing your school’s Fonts was never easier with our latest release. Not only you can choose between one of our already installed fonts as your school’s main font, but you can also pick one of the various Google fonts (yes, all of them!), all available with a click of the mouse and with an automatic preview.
Stop, take a breath, we are not stopping there. In the latest release of your school also, you can change the font in almost every editable text throughout our innovative Pages Builder. With only a couple of steps, you can make your text personalised and attractive to your readers even with a glance.
How to do that? It’s simple as that:
That was easy, wasn’t it?
Make typographic decisions that strengthen your pages and help you articulate yourself better.