• Devin HalladayDevin Halladay, 9 years ago

    If it's a web project, I love using Typewolf to see webfonts in action. For print or traditional design projects, I look around Fonts in Use; and if I don't find anything I like there I'll take to MyFonts and dig through some fonts.

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  • Darby ✌Darby ✌, 9 years ago

    A resource I love is Fonts in Use ( http://fontsinuse.com/ ). I love seeing the combinations in context.

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    • Dominic SebastianDominic Sebastian, 9 years ago

      +1 for fontsinuse. This is brilliant when you have a font you want to use (or are required to use for a project), and want to see how others have used it with great font pairings

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  • Maurice CherryMaurice Cherry, 9 years ago

    Once I have a general leitmotif for a project, I usually hit up the following sites for general ideas:

    • HypeforType
    • MyFonts
    • Creative Market
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  • Account deleted 9 years ago

    Google Fonts for webfonts Dafont if I want something free Creative Market if I'm willing to pay for it

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