35 Examples of Using Typography in Web Design

Inspiration May 6, 2010

Typography is basically defined as the art of arranging type, type design, and modifying type glyphs. This technique is widely used today in a variety of applications, including web design. Numerous designers are now using typography to improve the look and feel of the sites they produce; this post showcases several examples of these typography-themed websites.

This post entitled 35 Examples of Using Typography in Web Design will show you some of the most successful ways of using typography for your designs. Feel free to check them out and enhance your ideas. Keep inspired!


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For a Beautiful Web

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Digital Podge

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Ryan Keiser

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Mark Wallis

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HD Live09

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Jon Brousseau

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The Sky Line Music

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Team Fanny Pack

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Five Simple Steps

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Dearie 6

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Made by Giant

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Stack Overflow

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Europe by Designers

europe by designers
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Oliver Kavanagh

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Paulo Zoom

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Get Finch

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M360 LTD

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Random Thought Pattern

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Gap Medics

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Inter Sected Blog

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One Day Without Google

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Charle Selena

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T Puths

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  • http://www.vitamincm.com Christopher Masiello

    Great collection. I can’t get enough of good typography.

  • http://www.webdesignkc.co.uk/ Victoria Blount

    An interesting post, a website design without images would seemingly not be as appealing as one with them, but by adding a typographical feature like on the sites above it adds another dimension. For the right client i would like to try the technique above!

  • http://www.e11world.com e11world

    This is good inspiration for me now since I’m creating a typography poster. Very nice!

  • http://ronelworld.com prince

    great collection can you allow me to download some of those images? please :)

    thanks a lot :)

  • http://www.nikoslianeris.gr nikos lianeris

    Typography is really inspiring.It can turn a good web site to a brilliant site!I really cant wait to get back in business and create sites similar to these!!Great post!! :)

  • http://www.fontaday.com Ronald

    always nice to see some good type on the web ..

  • http://knowledgecity.com Jae Xavier

    More gradients for the win!

  • http://www.rubymarmalade.blogspot.com/ Sash

    So nice to see the web start prettying itself up! The possibilities are endless… Here’s hoping more people start exploring beautiful web typography.

  • http://sexidesign.com Melody

    These are definitely great examples for showing you how to step out of the norm for your own typography..

  • http://robynrand.wordpress.com Robyn Rand

    Thanks, I’m about to learn web design and love typography, combining the two in a creative way makes all the difference between a mundane site and an interesting one.

  • http://www.bitline.com Joseph

    Nice way to enhance the looks of a site, thanks great post!

  • http://www.websitetemplates.org/ Stacy Summers

    wow! inspiring post!