Standard and Google Fonts

Typography has a big impact on the feel and style of your site. We will pick the right font families, sizes, weights, and letter-spacing to fit your design.

Standard Fonts

font-family Example text
Georgia, serif

This is a heading

This is a paragraph

“Palatino Linotype”, “Book Antiqua”, Palatino, serif

This is a heading

This is a paragraph

“Times New Roman”, Times, serif

This is a heading

This is a paragraph

 

font-family Example text
Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif

This is a heading

This is a paragraph

“Arial Black”, Gadget, sans-serif

This is a heading

This is a paragraph

“Comic Sans MS”, cursive, sans-serif

This is a heading

This is a paragraph

Impact, Charcoal, sans-serif

This is a heading

This is a paragraph

“Lucida Sans Unicode”, “Lucida Grande”, sans-serif

This is a heading

This is a paragraph

Tahoma, Geneva, sans-serif

This is a heading

This is a paragraph

“Trebuchet MS”, Helvetica, sans-serif

This is a heading

This is a paragraph

Verdana, Geneva, sans-serif

This is a heading

This is a paragraph

 

font-family Example text
“Courier New”, Courier, monospace

This is a heading

This is a paragraph

“Lucida Console”, Monaco, monospace

This is a heading

This is a paragraph

 

Google Fonts

We can also use any of the 800+ available Google fonts. Stronger fonts are best used for your logo (if you don’t have a graphic logo) or top-level page headings. Using busy fonts in too many places, or for large blocks of text, can make your pages harder to read.

Some nice font combinations

The Ultimate Collection of Google Font Pairings
20 perfect type pairings
Stunning font combinations
More font pairings
(There may be a purchase price for non-Google fonts.)

You can search and view all of the Google fonts on the Google Font website (best viewed on Google Chrome or Firefox).

sample Google fonts

A screenshot of the Google fonts website.