Microsoft is looking for a new default font to replace the well-used Calibri, which replaced Times New Roman in 2007. The tech giant has commissioned five original custom fonts to eventually replace the current default, according to a Monday release. And Microsoft takes its font choices quite seriously.
“A default font is often the first impression we make; it’s the visual identity we present to other people via our resumes, documents, or emails,” the design team…
Source CNET Tech