When it comes to taking photos at events, it’s hard to capture a moment that actually looks good! All too often, event pictures turn out blurry, dark, or out of focus, or they manage to catch someone right as he puts a huge bite of cake into his mouth.
Have you ever looked at one of those color picker tools, only to feel suddenly paralyzed by indecision?
That little rainbow circle offers endless color options (literally millions). Try not to hyperventilate. When you’re called on to design the church newsletter, emails, flyers, or even the website, I know the task of choosing colors can be overwhelming!
I hate Comic Sans.
Truly. I do. And just about everyone in the world agrees with me!
“But Comic Sans is fun!” you protest.
I’m going to stop you right there.
Its curved sides and round handwriting script were originally designed to resemble comic book text (hence the name), and I’m even hesitant to allow it to be used in comic books because it simply isn’t the best out there.
You can like Comic Sans and use it for your family Christmas card, but it really has no place on your church website or any documents you produce professionally.