• Nick Orland, 2 years ago

    Good and at the same time an alarming article. This may sound rough but if you have no aesthetics sense or if you are lazy and you need a tool to generate layouts, colors, typography for you, just change the profession. Typography is a pillar of (graphic) design. It's that simple.

    Fu...n Dirbbble.

    Just to clarify, this man has asked for help, which is good, so my comment doesn't apply to him.

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  • Thomas Nuuk, 2 years ago

    Sky fonts is the best for this. You can "rent" the font and use it live in a project. It works for a small number of big font sites.

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    • Matej Latin, almost 2 years ago

      I never noticed they have support for Myfonts too! (Never used Myfonts until this project). Will definitely enable this now, thanks!

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  • Francezka KuwalskaFrancezka Kuwalska, almost 2 years ago

    A post from a resource where's base line-height realy requires some space...

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  • Aaron Wears Many HatsAaron Wears Many Hats, 2 years ago

    That's a lot of reading to reach the conclusion "Just pick comic sans"

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  • Scott ThomasScott Thomas, 2 years ago

    Is there any easy way to compare paid fonts outside of screenshots and tossing them in your design file or mood board?

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    • Matej Latin, 2 years ago

      Most font providers offer a trial for fonts, some even allow you to use it for a couple of hours (if I remember correctly). While doing this exploration on myfonts.com I wasn't able to actually test any of these fonts to my machine. But I do remember being able to do that in the past, so I was very confused by this. Maybe fontshop.com?

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