Creating great font combinations is an art, not a science. While there are no absolute rules to follow, it is crucial that you understand and apply some best practices when matching fonts in a design. When used with diligence and attention, these principles will always yield suitable results. The beauty of typography has really really no borders.
Of course, there are a variety of font combinations readily available on the web which you can use. However, it’s also important to know how to create your own font pairs. There’s a whole science to applying heading, subheading and body copy to fit the type of content you produce and your brand identity. Our GETYPO has been appearing for your need.
Pairing type is one of the toughest parts to get right in a web design project, and having tons of custom fonts that doesn’t make things any easier. Just match font…just combine them.
” You’re just at the start of your journey to web typography mastery, it’s likely that reading something along the lines of… The Display and its Stencil are monolinear … but they radiate great rhythm and warmth, with a touch of handwriting.” – by Laura Meseguer.
The GETYPO was built for the classic reason in the needed of newbie designing. I am a web designer/front end developer, and wanted to have a way to quickly see how fonts looked in combination. YES, It’s truth! There are no where, no way to help the newbie to feel the feeling of fonts. All of new ones always meet the different in catching font flights, which font for which ones, which style with ones.
To match font more easily!
This GETYPO has three main parts: collection, find combining and mixing. Begin the actual demand of designer and developer, Getypo has a library of many sets font template. We want to create the community for all our design loving. We start this idea in the beginning of our passion and then spread them widely and widely. You can also create the private font set with your unique and your style there and submit to community. And it will has more and more utilities, you will even edit directly your content site on the GETYPO. Beside of web font, it is also widen to other typos. You can also invite your clients to see directly here too.
This tool is extremely easy to use and will help you make ideal typography decision in a few seconds. With many experience in UX/ UI website design, some available font set we show off that you can absolutely believe in, are the best choice for its style. Don’t match font anymore, just click and choose the suitable style for your content site. One font set has shown fully from hero title, title, sub title, body to capital letters, lowercase and font size. Let us know which ones you have used in Getypo or if there are any you would like to suggest.
Pairing fonts is an essential process of any web design. If you want to create a good website design, you need to be able to make decisions such as choosing the right font, color scheme, even the right WordPress theme. For those seeking fonts, web typography tools are their go-to source. But for regular laypersons like us, maybe there is another easier way to attempt this seemingly impossible task.
Font selection is really more an art than a science. Therefore, reading about typography, individual typefaces and foundries goes hand in hand with lots of practice. However — as Tim Brown says in his guide Combining Typefaces — “practice can take an unreasonable amount of time if you’re not careful”. In the meantime, the website you are working on makes immediate demands on your budding typography skills. You need to come up with a great solution, and do it quickly.
GETYPO owns the best powerful filter that can be search any kinds of key from style to font name, font group. You just only search any key, the result is all of font set related.
The most important part of GETYPO is mixing. You can mix and match font actively follow different your style, your idea.
A good principle to live by, whether you’re new to typography or a seasoned pro, is to keep it simple. Or to put it another way, don’t use too many fonts. Just as mixing too many colors on your palette will likely result in mud, mixing too many fonts on a page will probably result in a confused message. But the adage “Never use more than three typefaces on a page” is not an unassailable truth; rather, it’s a modernist principle that’s best applied in editorial design. While it may be true that most great pop songs use only three chords, some use more and some use less. So it goes with type.
Look at 19th century posters, and you’ll see that the Victorians used a lot more than three typefaces—they sometimes threw the whole type case at the job. Today, many find this style charming and emulate it.
However, we still limit the amount of font in three. So you can create your font set with your name, your unique, your style. You can also save them and mark your personal sign. There are some color background can help you much more. Just choose one color, put your font there and feeling.
This is a big enough part of web design (and content design in general) that there are endless resources on the web dedicated to showing you the proper way to combine fonts. Most are redundant, and I prefer to keep a small handful of really useful ones on hand that I know I am going to use.
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