This site expertly pairs fonts using machine learning


As any typography nerd will tell you, pairing fonts on a design project isn’t as simple as you might think. Depending on your objective (to create balance or to tension, or to showcase a particular piece of content, for example), there are various approaches you can take. But what if you’re a novice and need a little help getting a couple of fonts to play nice together? Try designer-engineer Jack Qiao’s new project, Fontjoy. His easy-to-use site generates font pairings on demand that, for the most part, work pretty well. You can fiddle with nearly 2,000 fonts (courtesy of Google,…

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