Archive for fonts

Fonts. If you want to read, or want your stuff to be read, you need fonts. But does it matter which one you pick? The short answer: yes. For the longer answer, read these articles.

How to install Google Fonts on your website

Years ago, we were limited to just a handful of fonts on the web. There were only a dozen or so that all computers typically had in common. Thankfully, web fonts have come a long way. One of the more popular options now for putting fonts on your website is Google Fonts.

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Picking a replacement web font

So you’ve been using an awesome font you love in all your print material. It looks great on your business cards, your brochures, and your fliers. Then you tell your web gal—or guy—that you want to use it on your website as well.

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Your new favorite typography tool: Wordmark.it

Picking out the right font for a project can be a difficult task, and if you have as many fonts as I do on your computer, it can also be very time-consuming. That’s where my new favorite typography tool, wordmark.it, comes in handy.

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15 Fantastic Web Fonts for Body Text

Last week we focused on how to make the headlines on your site pop. Now, what about all of the rest of the text? In many cases, simply Arial or Helvetica can do the trick, but sometimes we have a more specific look-and-feel in mind.

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15 Fantastic Web Fonts for Headlines

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11 Killer Resources for Designers

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Improve Content Absorption

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The Art of Typography

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