Tag web fonts

Best google webfonts

There is an increasing number of Google Webfonts, and its getting super hard to find what you are looking for. Especially since most of them are plain awful. There are a view pearls in there though, which are worth checking out.


Testing fonts on screen

Typetester is an online tool that allows you to compare screen type ranging from Google web fonts as well as standard Mac and Windows system fonts. It’s got pretty advanced controls allowing you to change font size, kerning, leading and anything you could wish of.

Finding glyphs – an easy way

Unicode 5.0 encodes exactly 98,884 graphic characters on different planes. Here you can see them all. Decodeunicode.org

Identify fonts used on websites

WhatFont? is a neat Chrome plug-in that let’s you identify typefaces used on websites with one click. A real time saver.