Web Design Typography - Mark Heggan

Web Typography – 21 Beautiful Examples of Typography in Web Design

Today’s post features inspiring examples of web typography from a number of sources, from design agencies to freelancers to a hot dog shop. Modern browsers are becoming more capable of rendering type. Attention to the setting and arrangement of type on the digital page is a necessity for any designer. Granted some of the examples below still rely on images of text rather than browser-rendered type. However, a number of the examples showcase creative uses of type relying only on CSS, HTML & Javascript. Gone are the days of flashing hard to read text. Web typography is becoming an art form in and of itself. As the technical barriers to implementing beautiful type on a website diminish, we are seeing far more creative uses of type in ways that would not have been possible only a few years ago. Thank goodness because if we never see another neon green Comic Sans headline we’ll be thrilled.

Web Typography by Wheat – Custom WordPress Designers

Web Typography Examples - Web design by Wheat

Studio V4

Web Typography Examples - StudioV4

Mark Heggan – Web & UI Designer

Web Design Typography - Mark Heggan

Station Street Hot Dogs

Station Street Hot Dog Shop Also featured in our previous post on examples of responsive web design.

Undercurrent – Digital Strategy Firm

Web Design Typography - Undercurrent

Meetdraw

Web Design Typography - Meetdraw

Yebo Creative

Web Design Typography - Yebo Creative

Planet Propaganda

Web Design Typography - Planet Propaganda

Slobodan Zdravkov – Designer & Developer

Web Design Typography - Zdravkov

G’Nosh

Web Design Typography - Gnosh

Andy Patrick Design – Web & Print Design

Web Design Typography - Andy Patrick

Rob Davis – Graphic Designer

Web Design Typography - Rob Davis

Blind Barber

Web Design Typography - The Blind Barber

Kicksend

Web Design Typography - Kicksend

Cast Iron Design Company

Web Design Typography - Cast Iron Design Company

Belong – Hand Printed T-Shirts

Web Design Typography - Belong

Republic2

Typography in Web Design

Soup Peddler

Typography in Web Design - Soup Peddler

Marija Zaric – Web Designer

Typography in Web Design - Marija Zaric

Carbure – Digital Workshop

Typography in Web Design - Carbure

Arun’s Folio

Typography in Web Design - Aruns Folio Want more? Check out our main page for more articles on inspiring examples of web design. If you love this post and just can’t get enough, you can also check out this one on web typography. If you enjoyed this article, subscribe to DESGR.com and you’ll be the first to know about our latest updates (and we promise we won’t pester you with annoying emails :). Want to keep your inbox a bit more tidy? Just click the option to receive a weekly summary of new articles instead of realtime updates. Scroll down to the bottom of the page to subscribe.

Featuring inspiring examples of web typography from a number of sources, from design agencies to freelancers to a hot dog shop.
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    wow these are so amazing collection of typographic in web designs! These web sites looks literally so creative and attractive.

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    Nice Collections

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  • Shannon

    Good typography lives! I was so excited to go to the actual sites to explore these great examples. Sadly, in some instances, the typos in the body text stole the glow. Maybe attention to proofreading will become a valued asset sometime soon. Just sayin’!

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  • EntheosWeb

    Very interesting post, love the creativity using typography. studiov4, arunsfolio and planetpropaganda were quite interesting.

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  • JonesCat

    Aaah, the trend waggon.

    How about some examples of beautiful type on heavy-content pages? That’s where I see tons of these kids today choke up. They can do their hip little splash screen with their “HI, I’M ZACHARY AND I MAKE SLAMMIN’ WEB SITES AND BLUEBERRY PIE!” attractively, with all their little trendy embellishments like scrolls and bookmarks, and designs that harken back to camp in the Northwest in the early 1970′s or whatever, but if you sat them down in front of a client, like.. .i dunno… IBM, or Charles Schwab, where there’s potentially tons of technical, non-cute, super-dry content – and pages of it at that where cute isn’t allowed – they fall flat and can’t pull it off. That’s what kills me about the incestuous, navel-gazing droves in the design community today: too many of them are one-trick ponies. Give them a job like doing newsprint layouts, corporate social responsibility reports, or archive/library web sites, or anything that isn’t just a tiny bit of content on a page, and they fall flat. One day these kids will wake up and find themselves irrelevant.

    But, not to sound ungrateful or anything… for what they are and the zone that they sit in, they definitely are attractive examples, and there’s a market out there for this stuff.

    • Desgr.com

      I suppose a post on good clean but “boring” design is called for. I definitely appreciate a cleanly laid out page sans any embellishment but proper use of white-space.