Helvetica Vs Arial

Helvetica was originally designed in 1957 by Swiss typeface designer Max Miedinger. Helvetica’s terminal strokes are either horizontally or vertically cut.

Arial designed in 1982, by Robin Nicholas and Patricia Saunders. Arial is licensed to Microsoft and is supplied with all versions of the Windows® operating system. This makes this font a great choice for ADA Tactile Signs that have an end user updatable insert component. Your ADA tactile font will match your updatable insert printed from almost any computer.