[Infographic] The Ultimate Guide to Retro Font Pairing

by Suzanne Sarver July 22, 2017 2 Comments

[Infographic] The Ultimate Guide to Retro Font Pairing

Font pairing is important. Choosing the right font pairings can make your design and branding pull eyeballs towards it like magnets. Poor font pairings can make your work hard to read and just look, well, weird.

In this guide, we'll teach you font pairing basics that will help you create combinations that build great looking typography.

The Ultimate Guide to Retro Font Pairing





Suzanne Sarver
Suzanne Sarver

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Constance Johnson
Constance Johnson

August 06, 2018

What is the font you use for “Font Pairing”? Thanks.

mario sargeant
mario sargeant

July 23, 2018

Thanks for this. It was informative and a pleasant learning experience.

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