This infographic showcases 18 free fonts to elevate your web designs, plus tips to use them. All fonts are available for download or use as web fonts.
Whether you’re looking to make your designs more techy or more classy, this collection of free web fonts by Plato Web Design has something for every occasion, along with tips on how best to use them.
For convenience, I have provided links to the fonts after the infographic. Or you can download them all in a .RAR file from the source page.
Download the Fonts
When you view a Google font below, don’t forget to click on the “Pairings” tab to see which other fonts it goes well with. To use the font as a web font or to download it, click on the “Open [font name] in Google Fonts»” link at the top of the font specimen page.
If you do want to download a Google font, once you click through to the “Open [font name] in Google Fonts” page, click on the down arrow icon at the top right of the page (above the ‘page load speed’ graphic). You may also want to check out SkyFonts as a service to keep your downloaded Google fonts up-to-date.
Boring Font Replacements
Fancy Cursive Fonts
Some more examples of infographics I have created.
I haven’t posted much about what I have been working on in some time, so I thought I would catch up with a few infographics I have created with my online designer, Ismael.
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This infographic offers an in-depth look into the most important factors that influence whether a customer will check out or abandon their cart.
This infographic from MarketingProfs offers an in-depth look into the most important factors that influence whether a customer will check out or abandon their cart when shopping online.
Continue reading “What Influences on Ecommerce Consumer Checkout Behavior? [Infographic]”
This infographic reviews the add-to-cart button design trends and best practices of 50 leading ecommerce stores to see what button styles are most popular.
This infographic from Volusion compares the add-to-cart buttons of 50 leading ecommerce retailers in order to see what design trends and possible best practices emerge. Here are the key takeaways from the infographic: Continue reading “Add-to-Cart Button Design Best Practices [Infographic]”
This infographic highlights the top reasons why online shoppers do not complete their purchases and abandon their carts.
As part of developing our own abandoned cart email program, I’ve been researching examples from other retailers – looking both at the copy of the emails and their overall design. Continue reading “Top Reasons Why Shoppers Abandon Their Carts [Infographic]”
This useful infographic outlines best practices, with examples, for writing email subject lines that increase open rates and clicks.
As someone who sends 3-5 marketing emails a week to our various lists, writing good subject lines is something I think about a lot. Which is why I found this infographic from Litmus on writing the perfect email subject line so helpful.
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Email testing service Litmus asked the question: Has your audience gone mobile? And with their latest email client usage data, answered it with a resounding “Yes.”
Continue reading “Email Client Market Share Stats: Mobile Takes the Lead”
We’ve been dabbling with infographic design at work as a way to generate backlinks. We recently published a new one about the rising issue of copper theft (hey, I work in the security industry).
Continue reading “Infographic Design Needs Your Feedback”
This is pretty good — we’ve all dealt with them. I particularly like the quote:
50% of web design clients only know what they don’t want, and they don’t know what that is until you design it for them.
Continue reading “Anatomy of a Horrible Web Design Client [Infographic]”
We recently created our first infographic, based on the 2010 update to a long-running survey of retail theft in the US. It was surprisingly tricky to create, even though there was not a huge amount of data to present. Continue reading “2010 Retail Theft Survey Infographic”