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Collect by FontBase

Use any Google fonts in a single click!

Collect is our latest feature. It allows you to activate any Google font in a single click, without the need to download it, unzip and install manually. Just search and activate and you're done. Now you can use the font in any software on your computer. Like magic, but better.

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Google Fonts

Brand new redesign to Google Fonts ✨

Google Fonts is an intuitive and robust directory of open source designer web fonts, allowing anyone to share and integrate typography into any project seamlessly—no matter where they are in the world.

Mike Coutermarsh- Code @ GitHub
+1 on Google Fonts. Always my go to when picking a font for web. Although lately, using plain "system fonts" is more "in", since it improves load speed.
Frederik Waller- Product @ N26
Google Fonts has a lot of great fonts and showcases them in a beautiful layout!
Vinh Pham- 🤤
+1 for Google Fonts. Dead simple to use. Select your fonts, grab your embed code and place it in your html and you're good to go.
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Unique

Easily design custom fonts in a few steps

Save time and make smarter font choices! Simply select, customize and off you go with a font you love.

Ali R. Tariq- Product Designer, Axonify
Recently used this - pretty neat experience that has potential to grow.
Dexigner
Prototypo has launched Unique, a web application allowing users to get custom fonts in a few simple steps.
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The monthly dose of a gamut of useful web resources for designers and developers.
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Summer is finally on its way, and with it comes a whole load of great new web design tools. One of the most exciting of which is Lobe, a system that enables you to use machine learning in your apps to create powerful features.
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Font Shaming

Which fonts do top 737 ProductHunt startups use?

We scraped the top hunts. Which fonts and font combinations do they use?

Conclusions:

* 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

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Summary: According to our fonts study, designers of the best startups don't use the trendy, cool fonts (surprise). Instead, they rely on old good system fonts, some of the popular Google Fonts, and they misspell font names a lot. 'What's your favorite font face?' Impressing a Designer 'What's your favorite font face?'
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