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The Ultimate Guide to Font Pairing

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Good graphic design doesn’t happen by mistake, and neither does clever font marriage. With this Ultimate Guide to Font Pairing we show you how to make your designs beautiful, with simple and ...

Good graphic design doesn’t happen by mistake, and neither does clever font marriage. With this Ultimate Guide to Font Pairing we show you how to make your designs beautiful, with simple and effective type applications
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  • I thought this was an enjoyable way to create dynamic graphics in a pinch! Sort of a go to guide to 'fonts made fun'!
    I know I will reference this piece for future inspiration.

    Thank you, so much, The backgrounds were quite handsome, too.

    All my best,

    RL
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  • @Michael J. Thank you. Typeface is the word we used in the analog age. My graphic Arts professor was a hard-nosed traditionalist who knew the value of learning things the hard way. Apple 2e's were available, but to get an A from this instructor, only a Xerox, scale chart and a Letraset book (to steal Fon..er,Typefaces from) was allowed. Never heard any of my professors in college say 'Font' back then.
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    The Ultimate Guide to Font Pairing The Ultimate Guide to Font Pairing Presentation Transcript

    • T H E U LT I M A T E G U I D E T I P S & T R I C K S FONT PAIRING LIKE A PRO
    • L E T T H E R E B E T Y P E If you’re not a professional designer, we’ve added a little glossary to help with the design lingo. Some words you might not know
    • L U S C I O U S L I N E S Applying a bold font can compliment a short word nicely, used in the centre it will also anchor your design. Julius Sans One & Roboto Condensed Bold
    • C R I S P C O N T R A S T You don’t have to use different fonts to get a dramatic effect, use light and bold versions of the same family for versatility. Archivo Narrow & Raleway Regular/Bold
    • L U X E L E G I B I L I T Y Using an italic pronounces a word or subhead without having to change font-families. Libre Baskerville offers a variation of styles. Libre Baskerville Regular & Italic
    • T W I S T O N T R A D I T I O N Finding fonts that look similar for your header, sub and body is a clever way to create nuance within your text. Coustard & Arvo
    • W H I C H C O M B O A R E T I P S & T R I C K S YOU EXCITED TO TRY?