Make Your Own Quick Reference Posters for Google Web Fonts to Keep Track of the 500 Free Typefaces [Fonts]

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Make Your Own Quick Reference Posters for Google Web Fonts to Keep Track of the 500 Free TypefacesGoogle’s collection of free fonts are a great way to spice up any presentation or design you’re doing, but considering you have over 500 to choose from, it’s a bit overwhelming. To make the task of choosing a font less daunting, tech blog Digital Inspiration has put together a series of reference posters for easy printing.

Google’s free front collection is great, and it’s not limited to use in Google Docs. You can download them for use in Office, Photoshop, or anywhere else. The best part is they’re open source, which means you can use them for commercial products as well. Digital Inspiration has already put together reference posters for each font collection, but he also provides a guide if you’d like to customize and make your own. If you’re looking to learn a little more about which fonts work best where, check out the previously mentioned Type Connection.

Quick Reference Posters for Google Web Fonts | Digital Inspiration

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