Some may argue that typography is the single most important aspect of web design, but yet it’s often one of the most neglected and overlooked. There’s a lot involved in typography, and becoming a master can be difficult. A lot of it requires much experience, practice, and knowing the rules and do’s and dont’s. Nevertheless, there’s a lot to remember. So to provide a little typography aid, we’ve rounded up Six Super Helpful Typography Cheat Sheets.
Six Super Helpful Typography Cheat SheetsHenry JonesJuly 6, 201013 Comments04.1k
Henry Jones is a web developer, designer, and entrepreneur with over 14 years of experience. He is the founder of WDL and ThemeTrust.
Hey Thnx for sharing these typography cheat sheets, I was looking for them few days ago. Thanku veryyyyyy much 🙂
A really helpful collection here, especially the first one ‘So you need a typeface?’ Its always nice to include a little bit of humour into everyday practise. Also interesting is the CSS Typography Reference Sheet, this is something I will be looking back to again.
WOW, this collection is so fantastic. I don’t know about the ‘So You Need A Typeface’ Cheat Sheet . This rock my day…!
Thanks for share this…really helpful for me
Thanks for the cheat sheets, they will come in handy.
You can find more typography cheat sheets here – http://devcheatsheet.com/tag/fonts/
great stuff, typefaces are awesome. Especially for user experience. I like this post. Thanks
this is indeed a great help for web front end developer!!
Here’s another font combination PDF chart that I created for my own use:
A lot of research went into the fonts used in the list.
typo in CSS Typography Reference Sheet – inhertit > inherit
Very useful information… Thanks for sharing.
Just two weeks ago I was struggling on which typeface to use for my site and I’m so glad that finally someone is smart enough to post some information like this!! Thank you!
This is sooooooooooo useful…thanks for posting.