When you begin to work on design, one of the questions you ask yourself when you are drawing is, what font or typography should I use or choose from in my design, and although we have a list of favorite or most used fonts, we know that not always Fit the moment you want to convey a concept. For this reason we write a series of basic points that you can take into account to clear a little doubt about how to choose the type, along with a series of recommendations or basic rules so that you also know how to combine it in the design and your designs to Final do not look so saturated or full of typographic fonts.
Combining fonts can be quite a challenge. Choosing two or more fountains that fit together is complicated (selecting two that combine to achieve your goals can create more of a headache). Let’s try this guide to be your aspirin and help you get started in source matching.
Fortunately, typography has existed for a long time. To help you in this task you have at your disposal a lot of resources, such as typographic rules and conventions established over the years.
Here are the points to cover:
- Your goal
- How many fonts should I use?
- Buy or not buy?
- What is the nature of my content?
- How do I get a good combination?
- Combining 1: Concordance
- Combining 2: Contrast
- Combining 3: Conflict
In the following article we will teach you and explain in detail each of the points.