Mix and Match Typography Websites

2013 popularized a typography style that we previously knew from fancy t-shirts rather than websites – mixing and matching several styles of fonts. The complex art of choosing the right font has been stretched to the extreme with this trend.

UXPin has reported, after feedback from designers, that mix and match typography is a major and still growing web design trend. Customers are actually asking and pushing designers to go nuts with the typography.

If you want to learn more about 2013-2014 trends you can download UXPin’s free ebook “Web Design Book of Trends: 2013-2014.”

Take a look at these 15 examples of mix-and-match typography, and be amazed:

Examples of Mix and Match Typography

Forefathers Group

Forefathers Group mix typography match

Ermenegildo Zegna

Ermenegildo Zegna mix typography match

Skybox

Skybox mix typography match

Chris Wilhite

Chris Wilhite mix typography match

Timmy Tompkins

Timmy Tompkins mix typography match

BTL Brands

BTL Brands mix typography match

Fontwalk

Fontwalk mix typography match

Jacksonville Art Walk

Jacksonville Art Walk mix typography match

Wicked Palate

Wicked Palate mix typography match

The Production Kitchen

The Production Kitchen mix typography match

CIRQ

CIRQ mix typography match

Cast Iron Design Company

Cast Iron Design Company mix typography match

Barrelhouse Flat

Barrelhouse Flat mix typography match

Wild Blue

Wild Blue mix typography match

Al Taglio

Al Taglio mix typography match

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Marcin Treder is a design enthusiast who literally lives for creating best user experience possible. After years working as a UX Designer and a UX Manager he focused on his own startup UXPin - The UX Design App, that provides tools for UX Designers all over the world and was supported by some of the best investors in the world including Andreessen/Horowitz (Facebook, Instagram…), Gil Penchina (Linkedin, Paypal) and Freestyle Capital (Typekit).

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