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Freight Text from Phil’s Fonts https://blog.typekit.com/2012/01/18/freight-text-from-phils-fonts/

We’re thrilled to welcome another of Joshua Darden’s typefaces to Typekit: Freight Text Pro. Although it was designed for printed text, its calligraphic forms and tailored outlines translate beautifully to the web. It’s a smart,...

Freight Micro from Phil’s Fonts https://blog.typekit.com/2013/01/08/freight-micro-from-phils-fonts/

Today we’re delighted to welcome Freight Micro to the Typekit library. This third member of Joshua Darden’s Freight superfamily (see also: Freight Sans, Freight Text) from Phil’s Fonts was designed for small sizes in print. On screen,...

Freight Sans, Phil’s Fonts join Typekit https://blog.typekit.com/2011/07/13/freight-sans-phils-fonts-join-typekit/

Hot on the heels of last week’s Omnes Pro announcement, we’re glad to welcome Freight Sans Pro and Phil’s Fonts to Typekit’s library. Freight Sans, like Omnes (both typefaces by Joshua Darden), is another very versatile family. But...

New fonts: Rooney Sans, Freight Display & Big, Krete, Iskra, and updated styles of Bree https://blog.typekit.com/2013/03/18/new-fonts-rooney-sans-freight-display-big-krete-iskra-and-updated-styles-of-bree/

We’ve added many new fonts to the Typekit library — muscular and stylish seriffed faces, energetic sans serifs, and improved variations of TypeTogether’s Bree. Top to bottom: Rooney Sans Regular, Black, Bold Italic (source text) Jan...

New fonts on Typekit from Delve Fonts and Phil’s Fonts https://blog.typekit.com/2015/10/01/new-fonts-on-typekit-from-delve-fonts-and-phils-fonts/

We’ve long enjoyed having fonts from Delve Fonts and Phil’s Fonts on Typekit for use on the web, and with today’s additions to the library we’re delighted that both foundries have made their entire Typekit offerings available for sync as...

Jubilat display styles from Darden Studio https://blog.typekit.com/2011/11/11/jubilat-display-styles-from-darden-studio/

Today we’re happy to announce that several display weights of Darden Studio’s Jubilat are now available in the Typekit library. Jubilat Extra Light, Extra Light Italic, Black, and Black Italic are best used large, so we serve them with...

How we go about adding new fonts to Typekit https://blog.typekit.com/2013/02/25/how-we-go-about-adding-new-fonts-to-typekit/

Every day, our customers write us asking if we can add specific new fonts to the Typekit library; it might be a font that they’ve chosen for a project, that is part of their corporate identity, or that they’ve custom-designed for a...

Sites We Like: National Civil Rights Museum & National Museum of African American History & Culture https://blog.typekit.com/2017/02/10/sites-we-like-national-civil-rights-museum-national-museum-of-african-american-history-culture/

We love when we see web fonts in use for institutions of learning and culture. This month is Black History Month here in the United States, so today we wanted to highlight two sites that seemed especially timely for our first profile...

Sites We Like: Lu Yu & Brandtpunt https://blog.typekit.com/2016/07/22/sites-we-like-lu-yu-brandtpunt/

Fonts in the Freight collection are popular picks, and it’s easy to see why. Check out how two very different sites create their own unique looks with thoughtful pairings of varied weights and styles. Lu Yu Lu Yu‘s portfolio site makes...

Type Study: Pairing typefaces https://blog.typekit.com/2012/05/23/type-study-pairing-typefaces/

Type study is an ongoing series of guest posts about typography on the web. In this article, Aura Seltzer provides tips and tricks for pairing type well. Pairing typefaces is much like choosing flavors at an ice cream shop. We approach...

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