5 Best Google Web Fonts
We're experiencing a moment of great creativity in the use of web typography. Google Fonts is without doubt one of the most valuable resources, mainly due to the open source nature of its fonts, which allows for both personal and commercial use. Additionally, the quality of the selection is very high as it takes into account essential aspects of web and mobile typography, such as legibility and readability, and of course the accessibility that its own platform dedicates itself to.
The use of typography as a principal design element in the latest trends, means Google Fonts is now a more valuable resource than ever. Its interface and download system is very intuitive and comfortable, whilst allowing you to compare all the fonts and styles available to satisfy the current creative landscape that is fusing bold typography, serif and display fonts, big paragraphs, decorative-styles, and more.
Top recommended Google Web Fonts
Here you can find a selection of fonts that we have chosen due to their aesthetic aspect, but above all functionality, containing families with many styles and weights. We have highlighted fonts that are optimized for interfaces, UI Optimized web fonts, and others that are especially legible in paragraphs, or particularly comfortable for reading on mobile and legible on any device - be it smartphone, desktop or tablet.
How to use Web Fonts
At this point everyone knows how to use web fonts, but if you’re not sure, you only need to know that there are two ways. The first is to use web fonts services like Google Fonts, Webtype, Fonts.com or Typekit and download the font from their servers. If You want to embed your selected fonts into a webpage, first of all, choose a font. You can add it to your collection or use “quick-use” to generate the code and options for that font. After that, you should copy the link code into the head of your HTML document and use the following CSS rules to specify these families, fox example:
The second Way is to host the font in your server and use @font-face rule in your stylesheet: