Best Typographic Examples of Web Design

Typography is the crucial part of a web design. It is present in most of the parts of the design; hence one should pay attention to how it is used and whether it is suitable for the theme of the website.

Some designers have bad choices of typography for the websites they build; thinking that over the top typography would impress, or they just choose an unsuitable font for the theme of the website. It does take some time to choose the suitable font, size, color and layout for a website but with practice and patience, you will get successful.

Typography has always been important in websites, but the new trend is to use large typography. Bigger fonts are always eye-catching so if you want your visitors to pay attention to certain parts of your website, then big fonts might help you out in this situation. Big typography looks good in most of the cases, but then again, try not to overdo it, as you might end up messing up the layout of your website. The best thing is to get inspired from successful designs that have used big typography. You will get a better understanding with this set of large typography designs. Enjoy and get inspired!

Large (Big) Typography in Web Design

 

Denise Chandler

oliverkavanagh

Giant Creative

polar gold

wordit

fajnechlopaki

Daniel Hellier

forabeautifulweb

notoriousdesign

Hull Digital Live

Cupcake Creative Studio

finch

Glitch

sketch.odopod

merge

TPUTH

barneyfunk

Rich Brown

Me In Motion

Make Photoshop Faster

zee

Digital Podge

Chirp

CharlesElena

John Cusack

wedesignwise

maratz

Illusionist

Notorious Design

2ammedia

Roger Burkhard

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