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Font pairing as a subheading of Neutraface C

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usina

Hi everyone, this is my first post here! I'm designing a website and I am looking for some tips of a good pairing for Neutraface Condensed. I'm using it as a header and it'd be nice to have a good contrast. Any ideas? The website page is revistausina.com/pagina-inicial

Also, at the menu I thought Etica would be a good pairing, but it's too similar and perhaps the thin glyphs aren't good to read. Do you guys agree?

Thanks a lot!

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Riccardo Sartori

So many variables to take into consideration, for example:

  • what typeface is used for the body text?
  • what is the typical length of a subheading?
  • Neutraface was chosen more for its clean and technical qualities or for its retro vibe? 
  • the choice of a condensed width is purely aesthetic or there are space constrains?
  • there are budget constrains as well?
8 hours ago, usina said:

at the menu I thought Etica would be a good pairing, but it's too similar and perhaps the thin glyphs aren't good to read. Do you guys agree?

Yes. Also, a good rule of thumb is to use a limited number of different typefaces, both for design and website load reasons.

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usina

Hi! Yes, there are some space contrains, that's one of the reasons why Neutraface Condensed. Also, it was chosen more for it's geometric aspect. I have Adelle Sans and Regular here. Do you think they go well together with Neutraface? I'm using it now as a body text and subheading, but I'm not sure if the size is adequate, maybe a larger size would look better. What do you think? Here is the link of the page I'm designing: https://revistausina.com/pagina-inicial/

Thanks a lot!

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