Top alternatives for Better Google Font Finder
Fontjoy finds interesting font pairings using the embedding layer of a neural net. Click a button and a unique pairing is served up on our minimal interface.
If only there was a way to export/share the fonts, maybe generating a shareable link from the generated fonts, currently taking ma…See more
- 5 bright font combinations made using only Google Fonts.
Airbnb launched a new typeface called Airbnb Cereal across its product and brand. Airbnb Cereal was created in partnership with Dalton Maag—a global font foundry—and Airbnb’s Marketing and Experience Design teams.
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We scraped the top hunts. Which fonts and font combinations do they use?
* Lots of system fonts
* Lots of Google Fonts
* A long tail of the misspelled fonts
* Shockingly, no Comic Sans!
Finally, some websites use Helvetica and Arial on the same page which raises the question of *font shaming*, a term coined by @tylerlastovich
Type Hero is a website lets you try out all of Google fonts with multiple color combinations.
You could use it pick a font for your startup logo or tag-line and test it with awesome color pallets.
It lets you search for Google fonts, change the canvas color, text color and also font size & weight/style.
fontdatabase.app is a website aimed to help you choose fonts faster. No more half hours gone clicking on font after font until you find the right one!
If it were possible to manually select the background color from a few options, it would be great!
Times Newer Roman is just like Times New Roman, but it’s 5% - 10% wider, giving students a massive (and undetectable) leg up in the eternal battle against essay page requirements. Try it out!
Not only does it increase space but it is easier on your eyes. 11/10 recommend
Every time I want to make a logo for my project, I love using Google Fonts, and select a font, download the font, open Sketch.app, create a text field using that font, type my project's name, and finally export it to png.
So today I build Picas, which helps you generate these kind of logo.
Tyffle is a tool that lets you try Google Fonts super fast. It was built because the maker found it difficult to choose fonts from such a massive collection. This tool replaces the need to repeat the following steps: load fonts, change the code and then see how they look. You can even preview them later on after bookmarking.
- Click the extension icon and find together a list of all the fonts used on a web page.Also, preview your typed-in text in the same font styles as the ones identified on a web page, quite handy especially for web designers and developers.
Speakeasy is a 5-font combo thematically built as a toolset for designing menus and liquor labels but also for coffees, restaurants and signs that communicate with style.
For a limited time, you can get this gorgeous typeface for 50% off with code 'producthunt50'!