Very, very thin font. Interesting for a line, not so great for only a word or a block of text. Looks a bit like a bar code.
Great for a word here and there, definitely not for a lot text. Great y’s and f’s, but it doesn’t have punctuation marks.
Examples: x x x
Loos great, but not always easy to use as it gets pixellated very fast and I almost always need a double layer for it to be readable. Not very good for small text, but it can be a fun font.
Examples: x x x x
Futura LT Condensed:
FAVORITE. I use it so much :D Especially on gifs. The letters are thin, so you can put a lot of words in one line, it’s vey readable and playing with size, uppercase/lowercase, italics, space between your letters, etc. makes it look very different.
Examples: x x x x x x x x x x
Georgia / Times New Roman (probably on your computer already):
Oldies but goodies. I personally don’t really see much difference between them, to be honest :D But you can use them for a block of text, you can use them in all-capslock, and they’re really great when you want to change up the size of your words. Playing with the space between the letters can give a different look as well.
Examples: x x x x x x x x x