From The Publisher
If you are the editor and publisher of a magazine for successful women, like me, you work a lot with boldface types.
By definition, a boldface type is a font that has thick, heavy lines. The creation of boldface types dates back to the Industrial Revolution and the birth of advertising.
According to fonts.com, the first boldface types were used on display designs, in large sizes, to grab the reader’s attention. It was only later that bold designs were regularly added to typefaces used in newspapers and magazines. Most often, readers saw them used in headlines and… Read More