Handwriting is something that may be far away from a lot of people in today’s digitalized world thanks to various electronic devices, and it is not strange that we have to meet up with the boring Times New Roman or Verdana at most times, even receiving a greeting card. So why not give a try on some handwriting fonts? In fact, there are some advantages of using handwriting fonts. Firstly, handwriting fonts add a personal touch, which is true especially when you are sending cards, invitations using them. Secondly, handwriting fonts will attract the eye. Imagine using a handwriting font instead of web-safe fonts like Arial, Times New Roman for your blog titles, post titles etc, you will surely catch the eyes of your readers.
Handwriting fonts are good for logos, headers, titles, notes but not for regular text. Hasty Tasty created by David Kerkhoff is a typical font in handwriting style. As its name suggests, Hasty Tasty looks like a hastily penned down recipe, a quickly jotted down note. The font comes in full range of accents so you can use in a multilingual project.