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An article on the Bloomberg Business website recently discussed why we should change the font we use to write emails.
Many email programs default to plain, sans-serif fonts such as Arial and Helvetica. However, research has shown that these fonts are actually quite difficult to read in large chunks of text.
Apparently, Arial is hard to read in large chunks of text.
According to Bruno Maag of the type design company Dalton Maag, these fonts have ambiguous letterforms and are spaced too closely together to be easily readable.
Bruno Maag hates Helvetica.