Tell us, how is your font pairing coming along? Do you still use just one font at a time, or do you experiment with two or three different font styles on one visual? As we want to broaden your creative horizons and encourage you to practice your creativity we have prepared few font combinations that look great together and will help you start including more fonts in your design.
Good font combination can make your design stand out, help text pop off the background and encourage people to read your message. However, for many non-designers the process of picking and pairing fonts can be daunting. Where to start? Which ones go best together? Are there some that should never be placed next to each other? Those are all questions that come to your mind as you start designing.
This is one of the questions that graphic designer Sarah Hyndman, author of the book The type taster: How fonts influence you, had in mind when she set up her site Type Tasting in 2013. Based on the concept of wine tasting she created this place in order to change the conversation about typography from talking about what font “does” to how it “tastes”...
For many non-designers the process of picking and pairing fonts can be a daunting. There seems to be endless choices and never-ending lists of font categories and recommendations. Selecting the right combination is a result of few rules, little bit of intuition and some practice. To help you start here are 5 simple and effective examples that you can find in Content Creator’s pre-made templates: