5 Favorite Fonts for Web on Adobe TypeKit

Last Updated: January 27, 2015 | Reading Time: 2 minutes

It’s been 3 years since I subscribed as TypeKit customer, I mostly use their type for my designs, bot graphic and web. There are hundreds of type you can choose to fit your design, but I put my Favorites on top of my consideration.

1. Proxima Nova

This is my most favorite font of all time, Proxima Nova is good for content type and title. This site also use Proxima Nova for content.


2. JAF Facit

JAF Facit is great for title either content font. I mostly use this type for title on a slider that usually requires large font rendering.


3. Adelle

I mostly use this type for title on blog web design.


4. Museo Sans

Museo Sans gives a clean and spacy feeling. I love to use it on crowded layout, such news site or crowded layout.



5. Franklin Gothic URW

Franklin Gothic has many versions on TypeKit. Great for displaying title and small text.


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  1. Manny Bench

    As I was looking for fonts to use for my website, I’m glad that I found this! As much as possible, I would like to make the fonts really readable and stylish at the same time based to what I’ve read from here: http://www.lionleaf.com/blog/making-the-best-use-of-web-fonts-to-freshen-your-design/. However, now that I’ve seen this post, I’m quite confused with what to choose among these five fonts. What can you highly recommend to me?

    Thanks in advance!

    • pupungbp

      If you are on typekit, I would recommend Proxima Nova for your body text.

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