As a web designer, it is imperative for me to aware of all the fonts that are at my disposal on my computer system. Most of the time, today’s designs use a sans serif font variation. This class of fonts is a staple to designs that are modern, contemporary, or generic (not necessarily a bad thing). However, there are times when a different font is necessary such as in designs that need to convey antique, romantic, or humanistic connotations. Take for example, one my newest websites for a client, Be a Bree. Notice on the header, I used a script-type font. The rest of the content is either normal or italicized Times New Roman (or serif). This is because the design called for something more, feminine, homey, motherly, and elegant.