Depending on your selection of Hebrew fonts, you can either honor your content or overshadow it. Typographic choices need to reflect the requirements of your project, and you need to find that delicate balance between perfect aesthetics, functionality and readability.
So, before you go about just randomly picking out Hebrew fonts for your next projects, here are a few things that you should keep in mind:
Assess the Scope of the Project
Are you looking at a long-term project, such as a news site, or are you looking at a one-time project such as a logo or presentation?
If you are looking at long-term project, then you might want to look at a larger family of related Hebrew fonts, so that you have variety in your newsletter, while at the same time maintaining a certain uniformity.
What Message Are You Trying to Convey through Your Hebrew Fonts?
Think about the personality you want your font to have. Are you looking at having a unique typeface that is bold and will make your project stand out? Or are you looking at reach – that anyone with a system can read your work, which means sticking to the system Hebrew fonts.
Mix it Up with Multiple Hebrew Fonts
You don’t need to stick to just one font for your entire text. To create a well-designed layout, you break the text into logical, flowing pieces, making it easier to digest large amounts of information on a page.
You create this layout and these breaks by using headings and subheadings that are printed in unique, expressive and even idiosyncratic Hebrew fonts. Such fonts help attract the eye, which then brings the readers attention to that part of the page.
Choosing the Right Font Size
Choosing the right font size can also make a difference to how impactful the text will be. The variations in the font sizes in the headings, sub-headings and body, besides the font styles is what will guide the reader’s eye through the page.
A single monotonous font style or size will make the reader lose interest quickly, while multiple, complementary Hebrew fonts, in various sizes with add more integrity to the text.
Remember, at the end of the day, choosing the right Hebrew fonts is not something you can do quickly. Finding the right set of fonts, ones that complement each other, takes time and patience.