In designwork a often overlooked part of the design is the type of font. Sans serif, serif, going with old font or if you really want to give a designer a heartattack, suggest comic sans or papyrus as a font for a project.
If your like me and you have a couple “go to fonts” like Open Sans and Museo Sans but have grown tired of reusing the same fonts over and over again?
And instead of going trough Adobe Fonts or Google Fonts for a suitable font combination you want examples of how different font combinations look?
Enter Typespiration, a project by Rafal Tomal doing just what I talked about above. It showcases different font combination from Google Fonts (to be honest, for being such a large library of free to use fonts? Google Fonts does a really good job) and tells you the css code for every little bit.
Why is this a good thing? For people looking for a good font combination this place is a godsend as it takes away some of your time looking into new fonts and combinations of fonts.
Since it gets updated decently often new combinations might appear when you at least expect it. I myself found out Merriweather had a Sans version and it is looking pretty decent.
So, any font combination you found thanks to Typespiration? Some combination which blew your mind in how excellent it looks? Leave a comment and let me know!