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Everyday Fonts: These Typefaces Always Work

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«The search for suit­able fonts for a web pro­ject is not always easy. Many fonts have a unique char­ac­ter, and thus, don’t suit every case. How­ever, there are a lot of free fonts with a very gen­er­al design, allow­ing them to be used in almost any web pro­ject. We call them every­day fonts and have gathered some for you.»

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The 100 Best Free Fonts for Designers

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«Are you strug­gling to find that par­tic­u­lar typeface that matches your cre­at­ive vis­ion? Then you’ve come to right place! We do know how dif­fi­cult and time-con­sum­ing it can be to find good, high-qual­ity fonts, so we’ve done the search­ing for you.»

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26 Free Progressive and Experimental Fonts

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«Design is con­stantly chan­ging and mov­ing for­ward. How­ever, typo­graphy is one aspect of design that seems to res­ist pro­gres­sion. When it comes to typo­graphy, there are stand­ards and tra­di­tions that have been around for many years.»

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Combining Typefaces Made Easy (Free eBook)

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«Since the intro­duc­tion of web fonts, the undi­vided vari­ety of typo­graphy is avail­able to web design­ers and their pro­jects. How­ever, com­bin­ing the right fonts is easi­er said than done. The free ebook “Com­bin­ing Typefaces” helps you find fonts that fit togeth­er nicely.»

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25+ Best Slab Serif Fonts of 2016

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«Slab serif fonts can be used for a vari­ety of pur­poses, ran­ging from gen­er­al body text, to head­lines, to dis­play copy. It’s a typo­graphy vari­ant that has been used widely for digit­al as well as print pur­poses, and devices such as Amazon Kindle even use a slab serif as their default font.»

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Number Fonts: 10 Stylish Examples

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«The style of num­bers and digits is par­tic­u­larly import­ant in graph­ic design, and no less so when design­ing a typeface. Although every font has a unique look-and-feel, very few stand out spe­cific­ally when it comes to the design of their num­bers and digits.»

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Typography Experiment by Carlos de Toro

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«Car­los de Toro share a quite inter­est­ing pro­ject on his Behance page, he played with the idea of over­lap­ping dif­fer­ent designs to cre­ate a new typo­graphy style from it. The res­ult is quite inter­est­ing, there’s a mix of 3D and M. C. Escher, and because of that we of course are shar­ing it here on ABDZ»

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20 Fonts Ideal for Big and Powerful Headings

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«Head­ings play a major role in the way users digest con­tent. Through size and style, they help estab­lish a hier­archy and make text easy to scan. Head­ings also help estab­lish the mood cre­ated by a design. So it’s import­ant to choose the right font to com­pli­ment the website’s style.»

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20 Pro Level Font Families That Will Transform Your Design Work

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«Is your font lib­rary in need of an upgrade? If so, you won’t find a bet­ter deal than this bundle of 20 pro­fes­sion­al level font fam­il­ies that con­tain 178 indi­vidu­al fonts between them.»

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→ spoongraphics.co.uk

A Complete Font Awesome WordPress Guide

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«Check out this amaz­ing Font Awe­some Word­Press guide which walks you through four dif­fer­ent meth­ods of integ­rat­ing Font Awe­some icons into your web­site. Font Awe­some is an open source (free) pro­ject star­ted by the amaz­ing Dave Gandy, which as of April 11th is estim­ated to be on more than 60 mil­lion web­sites; includ­ing whitehouse.gov, thebeatles.com, and washingtonpost.com. Font Awe­some gives you scal­able vec­tor icons so that you aren’t load­ing indi­vidu­al images for each icon.»

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→ woorkup.com

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