Don’t underestimate the power of a carefully crafted typographic style to deliver your message. Typography may be the main element in your design, but it’s not just about deciding which typeface you want to use: it’s about making sure the reader understands what you’re saying.
1. Baunfire Portfolio Review
Baunfire is a San Jose digital agency with a bright website that has bold typography, bold colors, and bold images. The website uses typography to deliver a message to hungry creatives. Have a look at their main page and get inspired to use typography in new interesting ways.
Volandotequila is a typographically beautiful site that grabs your attention and suits perfectly the brand’s image. Even though it is not recommended to use more than two fonts on the website, Volandotequila uses three balancing between bold and thin typefaces like a pro.
Chewchoo.com is a website that offers boxes with dog treats. Chewchoo has a playful design and typography that conveys the fun and joy people have when playing with their pets. Nevertheless, the website delivers a clear message and typography helps to lead the user through the page.
Huyml.co is a portfolio website of a designer from Vietnam. The way he uses typography to tell about his experience and show his recent works is inspiring and unusual. It is definitely worth looking at and getting new ideas for your future experiments with typography.
Everything in this website shouts about adventures and bright emotions. Typography definitely adds to that. As you enter the site you can notice how perfectly colors mix with the font and the road-like animation as you scroll down.
Ai-model.jp definitely knows how to captivate users’ attention and typography plays one of the most important roles in that. The site has bold but elegant typography that doesn’t just look fantastic but also navigates you through the content.
We hope that these websites will inspire you to learn more about using typography in new and unusual ways in order to convey your message to the people. Remember, that if done right, typography can be even more effective than images and graphics.