Rounding Up On the Right Fonts for your Brand - Print Peppermint

Rounding Up On the Right Fonts for your Brand

If you are thinking of your website design as an individual, the typefaces you go in for are the physical attractiveness of your layout. Then, of course, is the content you put into it which makes up the personality but that’s a topic for another day. A certain kind of magnetism and appeal is a must to make the user go through your content. The best way to turn on the charm is by picking the eye-catching fonts for your design. Here is how to choose the right fonts for your brand. Julius Sans One
  • It has a fine stroke while the broader baseline is a great display font
  • Josefin Sans works as a good complimenting option for the body
  • For contrast, think about League Gothic
[caption id="attachment_172693" align="aligncenter" width="486"]Julius Sans One Source:[/caption] Libre Baskerville
  • Using a single typeface through your entire brand can work wonders too
  • The trick lies in finding fonts that come with style variants
  • Libre Baskerville intelligently creates a distinction without causing any over complications
  • Lora is an elegant and chic typeface and comes with brushed curves
  • You can use italic and regular together to create a charming and feminine appearance
[caption id="attachment_172690" align="alignnone" width="512"]Lora Font Source:[/caption] Bebas Neue
  • Bebas Neue is a popular favorite in the design world and for good reason too
  • It is ideal for heading owing to the fact that it comes with a condensed and clean form
  • You can pair it with Montserrat gives the entire layout a neat and contemporary look and feel
[caption id="attachment_172688" align="alignnone" width="512"]Bebas Neue Font Source:[/caption] League Spartan
  • If you are looking for a strong structure and geometric form, League Spartan is for you
  • If you are wondering how to choose the right fonts, you can decide whether this modern typeface is for you
  • It perfectly contrasts with the traditional and elegant style of Libre Baskerville
  • You can use Serif for your body copy to make it easy to read for the user
Archivo Black
  • For a happy and positive font pairing, go in for Archivo Black
  • When combining this with Archivo Narrow and Arialle, you obtain a bold, rounded typeface that merges with a lighter, condensed style
  • These fonts are readable, strong and masculine
Roboto Condensed
  • This typeface is a sans serif kind that has a reading rhythm that is more like serifs
  • It is a great pick for heading as well as body copy
Cooper Hewitt Bold
  • Cooper Hewitt is a timeless typeface that comes with brilliant variations
  • You can accordingly use it to separate your headings, subheadings and body copy
Playfair Display
  • It is a great typeface that is ideal for invitation or wedding designs
  • The Playfair Display Black’s heavy style contrasts well with the Playfair Display Italic which leaves you with a balanced hierarchy
[caption id="attachment_172695" align="alignnone" width="472"]Playfair Display Source:[/caption] It’s funny how the typeface and fonts you pick decide whether users think you are quirky, serious, formal or fun as a brand. Now that you know how to choose the right fonts, go ahead and make the most of it. Like we say, if you’ve got it, font it!
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