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A few of my favorite Adobe Typekit fonts


If you are an Adobe user like me, you are familiar with their font library, Typekit. Typekit has thousands of fonts that are ready-to-use and in their library. You can access them for your design projects through your applications like Photoshop or Illustrator.

It is hard to pick only a few, so I thought I’d highlight a few at a time.

Didot URW

Didot URW is a bold serif that is great for headings and headlines. Didot is timeless and a classic style of font that is great for print or on the web. You can’t go wrong with Didot.

didot font

Park Lane

If you are ever in need of a lovely italic serif then Park Lane is right up your alley. And don’t forget to collect your $200 as you pass go.

Henderson Sans

This is a great and legible font that doesn’t lack boldness. If you need a font that is serious about making a statement, Henderson Sans is the perfect contender.


All caps and all personality, this font has plenty of attitude for your next project.

Brandon Grotesque Thin

This thin font is another of my go-to fonts when I need a practical body font or something that is always a crowd-pleaser. The body of your copy makes up the most of your project so why not chose something that doesn’t stand out but always steals the show.

Brandon Grotesque

Susan Sullivan

Graphic Design. I live in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex area with my husband and children. I am an avid distance runner, environmentalist, part-time beekeeper, chicken farmer and amateur photographer.

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