How To Pick Beautiful Font Pairings In Adobe InDesign CC
in this video, we're going to look at font pairing basically just two fonts, a heading and a body copy that work well together. That different fonts. We're going to work with type kit, font pairings and google font pairings. Just to break out of using the exact same fonts over and over again. We'll give you some tools to go and find some nice new stuff. Okay, so let's say that you are like me and you end up using the same two fonts for everything. Okay. You just need to kind of escape that will say you're a little bit new to design and you just want to know what looks good together. The easiest way is using the term called font pairings. Okay, so just go to google and just type in font pairings. Okay. And decide on like I'm going to use type kit. Okay. And the cool thing about this is I just switched to images and it just gives you an idea because we've used type kit, it's going to be fun to have access to and you have to like go off and try and work out what the font is and yeah, you ...
can just go through here and let's click on any of these ones and you can start to see this person here. This is just a really nice way of kind of looking at it and going actually, I like that combination, I think I like this one. So you can go into type kit now download Gibson and whatever that one's called and start using it and your designs. So that's a nice easy one. You can do the exact same thing obviously for google fonts and, and nice kind of pairings and find something you like. I like that which is open sans condensed and laura as the body copy. Now, another really cool places, something called just my type dot C o. Now, what you can do is you can come down here and you can look at typescript hearings, click on it. Now, the one thing you have to do is you have to wait a long time for this page to load because there's so many fonts, fonts on our website, take a long time to load. So you need to give this Located walk away and give it like 1-5 minutes to load. Okay, and because it'll just load with probably times new Roman until it's downloaded the font and you'll be like, it's not very good. But now what you can do is you can kind of see a really nice kind of version of all of these as well. Okay, the type kit fonts sort of same thing is looking at the images, but it gives you actually directly links to these from type kit to some really nice stuff in here as well. Okay, so that is fun pairing so that dan does not keep using museo and roboto and last over and over again