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Need to find the perfect font combination for your next project? Type Genius makes it easy for users to find great combinations of fonts. It uses a neural net to provide font suggestions, displaying them in live time to help you get a better sense of how they look paired together.
If you’re looking for quality typography for your next design, check out Google Fonts. This directory of web fonts makes it easy for users to add a font to their website in seconds or download it to their computer to use later.
All of the available fonts are open source, meaning users can customize, improve, and share them as they see fit.
Ever come across a font on a particular web page and think to yourself, “I need that.” With WhatFont, users can quickly and easily identify the name of the fonts used on any web page in just one click. Available for download as a bookmarklet, Google Chrome Extension, or Safari Extension, you’ll never be left feeling stumped about a font name again.
Ever find yourself stuck between two fonts? With Tiff, users can select two different fonts to overlay against one another, making it easy to spot the differences. You can even choose which letters you’d like to compare — both capitalized and lowercase.
Tiff currently supports all Google Web Fonts and any system fonts. For best use, the site recommends viewing the contrasts on the latest version of your browser.
Sometimes, you need a photo of your website, blog, or Twitter profile with a little polished flair. While you can try manually customizing your screenshot to fit into a stock photo you already have, PlaceIt is an even better alternative. Upload photos directly into Creative Commons-enabled stock photo templates and watch your screenshots come to life.
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