Good resume fonts are designed to fit in with a professional’s style and can help to differentiate between resumes submitted by an applicant and resumes from a nursing home.
But when choosing fonts, it is important to consider the font’s historical history and the typeface’s historical significance.
“The use of fonts has long been a way to distinguish the work of the past and present,” said David Dixson, the executive director of the International Agency for Standardization on the Printing and Publishing of New Technologies.
“Fonts have been used in a variety of contexts including newspapers, journals, and magazines.”
Font history, like many aspects of the history of the font, can be difficult to find.
The fonts that were used to print the Federal Reserve Act in the 1920s were made using a font from the late 19th century.
“That font was an older, more common typeface,” Dixman said.
“You can find it today in many typesetting companies, but not in every one.”
When selecting a font, researchers also need to consider a number of factors, such as its use in different eras and its relationship to other fonts.
“It’s really important to look at the font history and look at where the typefaces came from,” said Laura Pouzet, an associate professor of typography at the University of Southern California.
“Is it a typeface that’s in the early 1900s?
A typeface from the 1920, 1930s?
Or was it a font that started out in the 1950s or 1960s?”
Some fonts, like Helvetica Neue, are considered to be a “modern” typeface, meaning they have been widely adopted by a number in the past year.
These fonts are more widely used today than they were when they were first released.
“In the 19th and early 20th centuries, many people had a preference for a more uniform typeface than a very ornate, ornate typeface like Helvetic,” Pouza said.
However, modern-day typography is not limited to just one era.
“It’s possible for the same typeface to be used in the 1930s and 1940s,” Pucheta said.
Fonts are also often used in combination with other typefaces, and that’s where the history aspect comes in.
“There’s no one universal style of writing that is good for all typesetting,” Prouzet said.
If a typefaces name is not associated with a particular era, it’s best to search for a font’s name with the same word, like “Vintage.”
“It makes sense to use fonts that have a history,” Pouchtas said.
The fonts used in nursing resumes are not only popular but they are also very flexible.
“Nursing resumes are written with a lot of space, and they’re written in a way that allows the user to use a lot more words than with most other professions,” Pache said.
While the fonts can help distinguish between resumes from different professions, the fonts are also designed to be legible and legible at a glance.
If the resume does not display well on a mobile device, it can be distracting for people with mobility impairments.
“If a resume looks like it’s missing a few letters, it doesn’t mean it’s bad,” Pougas said, noting that most resumes contain only a few extra characters.
“If a font has fewer characters, it will be more readable.”
The importance of the use of a font with a history, Pouze said, is to make sure that the font will be legibly legible on a wide variety of devices.
“They should look as good as they are in a printed form.”
The fonts are typically chosen from a selection of available fonts, which can be found at most type-design websites.
“There are thousands of different fonts out there,” Pouliotas said of fonts, “so you’re going to need to do a bit of searching.”
Pouzets recommendations for fonts include: Helvetic, Times New Roman, and Arial.
“I like the Arial, it has the history and it has that classic feel,” Pounis said.
When choosing a font to use for nursing resume design, it should also have “the typeface should be legibility,” Poughs said.
“For fonts, we want to make the font look as legible as possible,” Paunis said, adding that the type designer should not only be able to produce a font for a particular profession, but also the font for the entire nursing profession.