10 Great Typekit Font Pairings

Adobe’s Typekit Has Some Nice Stuff

Earlier last month Adobe released updates to many of its flagship products integrating typekit fonts.  If you’re not familiar Typekit is an online library of fonts for both desktop and web use. Adobe purchased Typekit back in late 2011 and I love the direction they are going with it. Typography has always been tough on the web, it wasn’t long ago that web safe fonts were the only way to go. But with the advent of self hosted and web hosted fonts typography has been undergoing a renaissance.  Adobe is making integrating all this into your website child’s play.  So to honor the improvement in workflow I put together 10 font pairings I love.  But don’t hesitate to make your own. This Way to Adobe’s Typekit


Type is one of the most important things to convey a clear message. People will spend a good amount of time reading  your content, make sure it looks pretty with a good pairing.  Just like with wine there are people who will tell you there are certain rules to a pairing, but honestly, just get crazy.  Try new strange combinations and read a bit, take it for a test drive. You will be surprised with what you can come up with.  Check out Adobe’s Typekit Here.

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