Anderson Grotesk is the featured font, we take a look at pairing fonts, optical size in variable fonts, I ❤️ NY and more.

how are things? My newsletter is a bit late this month. We recently got a puppy and a kitten and they’ve been keeping me busy. We’re currently working on introducing them so that they become friends. They both brought a lot of fun back into our lives. I’ll post some photos of them soon!


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Pairing fonts – 3 ways to find great typeface combinations

Oliver is back with another video & article combo on combining fonts. I always enjoy his videos because they’re really well made and they provide great content as well.

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Font of the month

Anderson Grotesk

I found this free font the other day and liked it immediately. It has a Bauhaus feel to it, reminds of Helvetica but also feels more modern, geometric and chunkier. It looks great when used for huge headings and titles. It comes in 4 styles and they all come with the italic design as well.

Check it out →

Cool Articles

Optical size, the hidden superpower of variable fonts
I didn’t know that variable fonts have the optical sizing setting. This article explains clearly why it’s needed an how to use it. I’ll give it a try too!

When Designing With Text, Don’t Make This Embarrassing Mistake
You’ll have a good laugh when going through some of the examples in this article. I did 😂

I ❤️ NY
Here’s the fascinating story behind one of the most iconic logos.

Superior Type interview
I always enjoy reading the interviews with type designers, it’s a craft that I really admire. Take a look at this one, Vojtěch Říha designed some really good looking typefaces.

That’s it, see you next month! 👋

About the Author

Matej is a self-taught designer passionate about web typography and beautiful typefaces. More than 30.000 designers learned about better web typography through his free course. He’s also the author of the book Better Web Typography for a Better Web.

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