Today we are introducing five new font options for Interact quizzes. These fonts are available on all paid subscription plans, and they look great!
1. Helvetica: The classic clean font
Helvetica was invented in Switzerland, I know, I’ve been to the brown brick building which housed the design studio in which it was born. Being Swiss, it’s a very classic and proper font that plays nice in a lot of scenarios and doesn’t really clash with anything.
This is a great font for E-commerce and content sites, especially since many of them use Helvetica in all their content. Using Helvetica will often allow you to nearly perfectly match the rest of your content with your quiz.
2. Ubuntu: The tech font
Ubuntu is that third operating system that isn’t windows or apple, and is loved by developers and hipsters. The font named Ubuntu takes on the same characteristics as the operating system and works very well for tech websites and really any site that is constantly pushing the envelope and uncovering new things.
3. Monteserrat: The fancy font
Monteserrat is an exotic island in the Caribbean, which is fitting for a fancy font. It’s not crazy curly or anything, but like a caribbean island, this font is tastefully different.
4. Oswald: The strong font
Oswald sounds strong, and it is strong. This is a great font for entertainment sites, as it matches well with meme fonts and high contrast situations. This font looks great in moderation, but I wouldn’t recommend it if your quiz has a lot of text.
5. Lora: The news font
I have no story for this one, which is ironic because this font is most commonly found in news settings. One trend we’ve noticed a lot is sites doing news quizzes, and this font works very well for that.