The Best of FontFonts on the Web, Part 1 | The FontFeed

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The Best of FontFonts on the Web, Part 1

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Fonts in Use | Stephen Coles | February 18, 2010

Exactly three months have passed since we launched FontFonts on Typekit, the first service to offer reliable and secure delivery of non-system fonts for use on web pages. In those 90 days, hundreds of users have integrated FontFonts in their sites. Looking at the ways designers are using these fonts gives new hope for typography online. I gathered some of my favorites from the thousands of blogs, portfolios, and corporate sites currently using FontFonts via Typekit. The promise of professional alternatives to the same old web fonts is really starting to take shape, and there%u2019s no better proof than the examples below.

Designer Portfolios
FF Tisa for Frank Chimero
FF Enzo for Ben Bodien
FF Dagny for Lift
FF Meta Serif with TypeTogether%u2019s Adelle for Design Intellection
FF Netto with Suitcase%u2019s Temier for Interactive Things
FF Dagny with Porchez Typofonderie%u2019s Le Monde for Mike Davis
FF Tisa with Mark Simonson%u2019s Proxima Nova for Mark Boulton Design

Corporations & Organizations
FF Meta and FF Meta Serif for the Dallas Society of Visual Communications
FF Enzo for Roche Salon

Blogs & Personal Sites
FF Enzo and FF Tisa for Sam Howat
FF Dax for Brian Hoff
FF Providence Sans for Daniel Jansson, a Swedish blogger who is part of the peacekeeping force in Afghanistan
FF Meta Serif and a Baskerville ampersand for Dan Cederholm%u2019s SimpleBits
FF Netto for Adam Wiggall
FF Prater Script for Brimborium (Florian Schroiff)
FF Dagny for
FF Meta for WebWorkerDaily
FF Dax for

FF Tisa for CSS-Tricks
FF Dax for WordPress Themes (Chris Wallace)

alldevjobs.comFF Meta Serif for
FF Tisa for Merge

This is just the beginning. Now that Typekit has provided hooks for WordPress and TypePad platforms it is easier than ever to use the service. Seen other nice examples of FontFonts on the web? We welcome your own additions to this gallery in the comments below.


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  1. I%u2019m working on a redesign/rebranding for my personal site and blog that uses FF Meta (through Typekit), but I%u2019m not quite ready to show it off yet (should be live within the next month or so, when I%u2019ll comment again if I can remember).

    Posted by Ian O’Dea on Feb. 18, 2010
  2. FF Meta Serif and Sans

    Posted by Scott on Feb. 18, 2010
  3. The application of FF Prater on Brimborium is really charming. It%u2019s nice to see a such a quirky face used in a tasteful and appropriate manner.

    Posted by Chris on Feb. 18, 2010
  4. I just finished a redesign of my site that uses FF Enzo and FF Tisa. I%u2019m really happy with how it turned out.

    Click on my name to see the site.

    Posted by Matt Jacobs on Feb. 18, 2010
  5. At the Nursing station uses website uses FF Tisa

    Posted by pab on Feb. 19, 2010
  6. These are some really great uses. I would say that my favorite for now is FF Tisa.

    Posted by TJ on Feb. 19, 2010
  7. Did I see a shadow of Dwiggins in Lift UX%u2019s website? 🙂

    Posted by Bram Pitoyo on Feb. 19, 2010
  8. I confess, that was my contribution to their contact form.

    Posted by Stephen Coles on Feb. 20, 2010

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