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Typography is a very important part of design and choosing the right type for your design can be very challenging. From print to web layouts, typography is the center piece of a good design and today we gathered a few examples of beautiful typeface combinations in web design to inspire you. In web design, typography can be used in different forms, big bold headers, simple and clean menus, explanatory text and so on. Finding a good combination of typeface is more than only good taste, it’s an art.
To discover the fonts used in each design I used the WhatFont tool, which is pretty good (besides Firebug and other tools).
Futura PT (header) – Yellowtail (center).
FF Tisa (header and footer) – Josefin Slab (everything else).
Helvetica Neue and Octin College Regular.
nest is beautifully mixing Fuller Sans DT Bold and Fuller Sans DT Regular.
A nice combination of Arial and Bebas Neue.
Courier (top menus), Museo Slab and Futura PT.
A lot of fonts here: Aurea Ultra, Helvetica, Times, Franklin Gothic and Georgia.
We showcased La Wine on our last week texture use in minimal design but their typography combination is so beautiful that we decided to show them again. Fonts used here are Proxima Nova Extra Condensed – Bold, Helvetica and League Gothic – Regular.
Copse and Homemade Apple.
League Gothic Regular, Helvetica Neue and Museo Slab .
Kreon and Verdana.
Proxima Nova Extra Condensed and Verdana.
Raleway and Georgia.
Arial and Georgia.
Cuprum and Pacifico.
Helvetica Neue and League Gothic.
Arvo, Helvetica and Georgia.
Droid Sans and Kulturista.
Clarendon and Arial.
FS Sinclair, Vitesse Sans and Vitesse.
Droid Serif and Helvetica.
Helvetica Neue and Museo.
Trade Gothic and Neutraface.
Caslon and Helvetica.