Scripts are a great way to add elegance and personality to any layout. However, with swashes, connectors, alternate characters, and casual handwriting styles, script fonts can sometimes be difficult to read.
Depending on what you’re using them for, you may need fonts with more readability and less style. For the ultimate scanability at large sizes, or readability for introductory paragraphs of up to 35 words, you will want an extremely easy-to-read script.
Every once in a while, we bring our Wine & Type Pairing social event to designers, and we like to share our method of pairing typefaces to make the process easier and faster. In this mini-workshop, we reveal three ways to pair typefaces together in a quick and easy method that saves time for designers.
Two typefaces create a solid foundation for any type system, and here is our process for building a two-typeface system.