Fonts can make or break a design. You either have the perfect font that brings your design together and makes it look fantastic, or you have a font that makes your design look incomplete. Here are some resources that can help make your design (whether it’s for print or web) look perfect.
Google web fonts is made up of hundreds of free, open-source fonts optimized for the web.
MyFonts allows you to input any flat image, then it will inform you of what font was used in the image. If their generator can’t figure out what font it is, they will upload it to a forum where thousands of font gurus dwell, just waiting to solve all your problems.
Llama font is one of the most enjoyable things I’ve seen in a long time. It allows you to type whatever you’d like then spells it out in a font made entirely out of llamas in different positions. While it may not be practical it is definitely adorable.
Have a great online resource for fonts? Please share your typography digital hangouts in the comments section!