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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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Combining Typefaces Made Easy (Free eBook)

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«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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Top Font Pairing Tools And Font Combinations

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Unless you want a bor­ing web­site, you will have to incor­por­ate a vari­ety of font com­bin­a­tions, in addi­tion to oth­er inter­est­ing imagery, designs, and effects. There are so many cool fonts out there; who says you have to choose just one? You can mix and match until you find the right com­bin­a­tion that stands out the most, and the best part – you don’t have to do it on your own if you’d rather not.»

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→ line25.com

A Non-Designer’s Guide to Pairing Fonts

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«If you think learn­ing how to com­bine fonts is a skill needed only by design­ers, think again. Wheth­er you’re cre­at­ing a present­a­tion, typ­ing a doc­u­ment or redesign­ing your resume, you’re mak­ing decisions about what fonts would look best togeth­er and in what sizes.»

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→ blog.visme.co

The Ultimate Guide to Font Pairing

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Choos­ing one typeface isn’t so hard, but how do you choose a pair, or may­be three? Wheth­er you know it or not, dif­fer­ent font com­bin­a­tions cre­ate dif­fer­ent styles for your designs. There’s a sci­ence to apply­ing a head­ing, sub­head­ing and body copy to suit the type of con­tent you’re pro­du­cing and the mes­sage or tone of your brand.»

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→ designschool.canva.com

Catchy Free Font Pairings For Headings and Paragraphs

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Cre­at­ing the right font com­bin­a­tion is a mat­ter of skills, eye for detail and under­stand­ing of the dif­fer­ent font types. There are a few font pair­ing tools which let you fall in love with a font pair without hav­ing to search through font pro­viders and free typeface web­sites.»

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→ spyrestudios.com

Great Font Combinations You Necessarily Need to Try

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«In flat and mater­i­al design, we use more bare typo­graphy on web pages. And we need fonts to look nice in com­bin­a­tion with each oth­er. You’ve surely noticed the font trends. Each year a favor­ite font appears in design net­works and flashes in all the pro­jects on sites like Behance and Dribbble.»

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→ designmodo.com

15 Stunning Font Combinations For Your Inspiration

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Typo­graphy pair­ing: per­haps the single most frus­trat­ing and time-con­sum­ing task you’ll face as a design­er when start­ing any new graph­ic design pro­ject.»

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→ justcreative.com

Font Combinations: 10 Sites for InspirationFont Combinations: 10 Sites for Inspiration

Font Combinations: 10 Sites for Inspiration 

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Com­bin­ing dif­fer­ent fonts in a pleas­ing and har­mo­ni­ous way is a chal­len­ging aspect of pro­du­cing good typo­graphy. A lot of it has to do with good taste: When you actu­ally see the fonts in action, you will instinct­ively know wheth­er or not they work well togeth­er. »

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→ sixrevisions.com

Infographic: 10 Commandments of Logo DesignInfographic: 10 Commandments of Logo Design

Infographic: 10 Commandments of Logo Design 

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«A com­pre­hens­ive visu­al about the basic prin­ciples of logo design. We pre­vi­ously pos­ted an art­icle about two abso­lutely clev­er infograph­ic fea­tur­ing the 10 Com­mand­ments of Typo­graphy and Col­or The­ory. The design­ers at Design­Mantic cre­ated a sequel infograph­ic – this time regard­ing the 10 Com­mand­ments of Logo Design. »

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→ youthedesigner.com