Design the Experience: Font Combinations #1

I've been an active participant in online activities since websites looked like the Space Jam website  and if there's anything I&...

I've been an active participant in online activities since websites looked like the Space Jam website and if there's anything I've learned about content creation on the Internet, it's that fonts are a big deal, man.

Now, I'm not a graphic designer by trade. I code. I have no idea how kerning works. I've got a good eye for colour but I only started using grids two years ago. What I do know how to do is design (user) experiences. UI/UX is an area where I want to thrive in, where I want to grow as a young professional, and something I've learned about the UX part of UI/UX design is that there's a difference between designing an experience according to what the user will like, and what you expect the user to like. So while I figure out my way around the UI/UX world (starting with small steps in visual design), I thought I'd share a few font combinations I've been very much liking recently. Ah, the print media information interface on digital screens -such is blog life.

Take note, fonts labeled with an asterisk (*) are fonts you should be able to find on any regular Windows OS machine.

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  1. I love the Belta Bold and Bell MT combination. Just downloaded Belta. Thank you! Will try to use it soon ☺️
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