October 22, 2020

15 Websites with Beautiful Typography

We are continuing to see more an more web designers realize the importance of typography. And with services like Typekit, Google Fonts, and Fontdeck, web designers are experiencing more freedom than ever to get creative with type in their designs. So for this post, we have another collection of inspiring web Typography to show you. Hope you enjoy!

Archie Wilkinson

15 Websites with Beautiful Typography use

Code42

15 Websites with Beautiful Typography use

Niche

15 Websites with Beautiful Typography use

Whoa Nelly Catering

15 Websites with Beautiful Typography use

Utrecht Down Under

15 Websites with Beautiful Typography use

Bienville Capital Management

15 Websites with Beautiful Typography use

Wondersauce

15 Websites with Beautiful Typography use

Fif7y

15 Websites with Beautiful Typography use

Blink

15 Websites with Beautiful Typography use

Fillet

15 Websites with Beautiful Typography use

Daru Sim

15 Websites with Beautiful Typography use

Tinybigstudio

15 Websites with Beautiful Typography use

Bridge

Bridge

Knuckles Industries

15 Websites with Beautiful Typography use

Telegraph Creative

15 Websites with Beautiful Typography use

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Gisele Muller loves communication, technology, web, design, movies, gastronomy and creativity. Web writer, portuguese/english translator and co founder of @refilmagem & @mentaway Twitter: @gismullr

12 Comments

  1. Rob Sawyer Reply

    Love seeing these typographic based roundups. One of the most important parts of a design based on content. Great to see what is being done with this now that we have the ability to actually use many fonts in web design.

  2. Kor Reply

    I seems like, for the sake of the nice design and typography, you selected some sites which are, in fact, great examples of MMN (Mystery Meat Navigation). For instance the site of “Fillet”. Pretty nice design and interesting fonts and graphics, but pretty obfuscated as well: will anyone guess what is that site about, without being previously guided to some typography examples? Where is the menu? Which is the primary aim of this site? Or the final aim? Why should I guess that I must to roll the wheel of the mouse to do… to do what? After all, what that site offers to me?

    It is not enough for a web site to look nice. It must fulfill the needs of the visitor and to offer him plain and clear information. It is not the case of “Fillet”. Nice picture, awful site.

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