The Ultimate Guide to Font Pairing Like a Pro

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Good graphic design doesnt happen by mistake, and neither does clever font marriage. Use this guide to font pairing to create your own beautiful designs. Read the full article here:


<ul><li><p>T H E U LT I M A T E G U I D E</p><p>T I P S &amp; T R I C K S</p><p>FONT PAIRINGLIKE A PRO</p></li><li><p>L E T T H E R E B E T Y P E</p><p>If youre not a professional designer, weve added a littleglossary to help with the design lingo.</p><p>Some words you might not know</p></li><li><p>L U S C I O U S L I N E S</p><p>Applying a bold font can compliment a short word nicely, used in the centre it will also anchor your design.</p><p>Julius Sans One &amp; Roboto Condensed Bold</p></li><li><p>C R I S P C O N T R A S T</p><p>You dont have to use different fonts to get a dramatic effect, use light and bold versions of the same family for versatility.</p><p>Archivo Narrow &amp; Raleway Regular/Bold</p></li><li><p>L U X E L E G I B I L I T Y</p><p>Using an italic pronounces a word or subhead without having tochange font-families. Libre Baskerville offers a variation of styles.</p><p>Libre Baskerville Regular &amp; Italic</p></li><li><p>T W I S T O N T R A D I T I O N</p><p>Finding fonts that look similar for your header, sub and body is a clever way to create nuance within your text. </p><p>Coustard &amp; Arvo</p></li><li><p>W H I C H C O M B O A R E</p><p>T I P S &amp; T R I C K S</p><p>YOU EXCITED TO TRY?</p></li></ul>