Different fonts make any difference while reading?

Brisbane, Australia
March 22, 2009 2:05pm CST
I am student and I had a thought while reading one of my subject book[ as I have two books of same subject with different author and fonts]. One book I found interesting/easy to understand but I hardly concentrate on it and felt lazy while reading. So just wanted to know did you ever felt the same? Or you have some other opinion/ thought in your mind regarding different fonts as they affect differently?
5 responses
• United States
22 Mar 09
It can also make or break the feel of a book, and even more so for comic books.
• Brisbane, Australia
20 May 09
Yes, sometimes you feel bore reading or getting story line from such comic books.
@kumarpslv (3216)
• India
22 Mar 09
Yes,the font of the book will really make changes in our interest of reading and affect even the interest on the particular subject, if it not pleasing to our mind.Generally small sized and large sized fonts will reduce of interest in reading also the subject interest.So choosing the book and the author is very important in reading.
• Brisbane, Australia
1 Apr 09
I completely agree with you because I too feel that concentration needs easy reading without any trouble.
@kellys3ps (3726)
• United States
22 Mar 09
I definately think that different fonts do make a big difference while reading. Some are more difficult to read than others. I like times roman the best.
• Brisbane, Australia
22 Mar 09
Yes, thanks for your reply.
@balasri (26546)
• India
13 Aug 09
The size and shape of the fonts really makes the reading interesting or boring.That is why the students are advised to cultivate a good hand writing since their earlier ages.
@Elegant7 (142)
• United States
22 Mar 09
To me, different fonts don't make much of a different as long as they're readable. Usually, I prefer them in novels when the author has a note or letter from one character to another. Different fonts and sizes of text don't make much of a difference to me personally.