Font Pairing Guide #7

Hi guys!  This tip is actually more of just a design principle.  You can apply to this to almost any combination of fonts.

By adjusting tracking (how much space is between the letters horizontally) and line spacing (how much space is between the rows of lettering vertically) you can completely alter the look of a font combination.

In this tip, we are using big, tall letters combined with short letters– these don’t need to be fonts that are tall and skinny and fonts that are short and wide– you can do this with all sorts of fonts by adjusting the size and spacing to make it fit the area you need to fill.


Font Pairing Guide 7

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Fonts Used Above:

KG Shake it Off Popped

KG Part of Me

Janda Happy Day

KG Dancing on the Rooftop

KG Drops of Jupiter

KG Thinking Out Loud

KG No Regrets Solid

KG Behind These  Hazel Eyes

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