5 Professional-Looking Google Web Font Combinations 2013

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We, as web designers, should focus at finding the best font combinations. Fortunately, Google is there to provide us a very large resource of fonts to use. They say 95% of web design is typography. I say WOW! So I start to do some research on this ‘typography’ and we’re astonished that this is not simple subject matter to learn overnight. Here are 5 of our favorite modern web fonts combinations you can use or enhance!

1. Montserrat and Maven Pro

montserrat-mavenpro
montserrat-mavenpro

We usually use this combination for young, vibrant-colored websites and landing pages. The way they blend is just simple yet appealing to eyes. This is a best sample of modern font combination.

2. Arapey and Droid Sans

arapey-droidsans
arapey-droidsans

This combination is best used for blogs, food websites, and might work with feminine type websites.

3. Raleway and Lora

raleway-lora
raleway-lora

Raleway and Lora’s combination represents a high-class, luxurious figure but maintains it’s modern feel.

4. Fjalla and Muli

fjalla-muli
fjalla-muli

Suitable for professional, small business, or even blue-collar service websites. Although it’s simple and common, there’s nothing to lose when sticking with what’s the trend.

5. Bevan and Open Sans

bevan-opensans
bevan-opensans

Slabs are powerful font type for delivering your headlines and catchy taglines. Bevan is one of them. Combining it to a common sans-serif, Open Sans, makes it useful in fresh, young, and colorful portfolio sites.

Conclusion:
There’s a lot of possible combinations out there. There are no rules. However, we need to follow some guidelines to create a great combination of font. Just don’t forget to enjoy trying out new fonts!

Let me know what you think!

 

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One thought on “5 Professional-Looking Google Web Font Combinations 2013

    Lauren Ashpole » Mysterious Disappearance said:
    March 19, 2014 at 7:45 pm

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