ComicSans was designed by Vincent Connare and released in 1994 by Microsoft. Inspired by comic books, and intended for use in informal documents and children’s materials – it has gone on to divide opinion.

ComicSans was designed by Vincent Connare and released in 1994 by Microsoft. Inspired by comic books, and intended for use in informal documents and children’s materials – it has gone on to divide opinion.

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4 thoughts on “ComicSans was designed by Vincent Connare and released in 1994 by Microsoft. Inspired by comic books, and intended for use in informal documents and children’s materials – it has gone on to divide opinion.

  1. As a graphic designer this font makes me want to jump out a window. Then close on it’s heels is Vivaldi and Papyrus

  2. Hasn’t it also been shown that Comic Sans helps improve the reading abilities of people with dyslexia?

  3. Papyrus or comic sans. The two fonts of choice for signing all the digital birthday cards I get now at work.

    And you have to go all caps.

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