6 Google Font Pairings That Don’t Suck

In recent years Typography has grown to become a significant component of good web design. From the age old Serif vs Sans Serif debate, to gorgeous new trends like Proxima Nova and Brandon Grotesque, font selection is crucial to your overall user experience. And for good reason, if your font selection isn’t readable and attractive, no matter what your content is your readers will find it difficult, so choose wisely.

In web design, typography can be used in different forms, huge bold headers, clean menus, main content and more. Finding a good combination of typeface is more than just good taste, it’s an art and a science that creates beautiful pages, gives personality and defines brands. Fortunately Google has done a great job in bringing together a wide range of interesting and unique fonts for free. Check out these 6 Google Font pairings you can use with PageLines DMS that can help you define your brand.

Alfa Slab One & Lora

Alfa Slab One & Lora Google Fonts
Alfa Slab One & Lora

Lobster Two & Cabin

Lobster Two & Cabin Google Fonts
Lobster Two & Cabin

Raleway & Ubuntu

Raleway & Ubuntu Google Fonts
Raleway & Ubuntu

Oswald & Droid Serif

Oswald & Droid Serif Google Fonts
Oswald & Droid Serif

Bitter & Source Sans

Bitter & Source Sans Google Fonts
Bitter & Source Sans

Josefin Slab & Maven Pro

Josefin Slab & Maven Pro Google Fonts
Josefin Slab & Maven Pro

I hope this can save you time pairing fonts or inspire you to come up with your own combinations. Let us know what you come up with in the comments below.

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