A killer design is one thing – but one that also uses the right typography is (in my opinion) on a whole other level compared to those that just ‘look pretty‘. Typography is needed with blog designs because, well, the blog is built to speak your mind, right? So, if your blog isn’t readable then it fails to do its job.

So today I’m going to show you awesome blog designs that have killer typography and also do a well-rounded job of making things look nice and also making things readable. I hope you enjoy the inspiration.

Chris Wilhite Design ↓Chris Wilhite Design

Burciaga ↓Burciaga

Salt in our Hair ↓

Salt in our Hair

Cirq ↓Cirq

Heck House ↓Heck House

Mikiya Kobayashi ↓Mikiya Kobayashi

QED Group ↓QED Group

Christie Tang ↓Christie Tang

The Next Rembrandt ↓The Next Rembrandt

Bolden ↓Bolden

Comfort Brothers Kitchen ↓Comfort Brothers Kitchen

Type Terms ↓Type Terms

1987 Masters ↓1987 Masters

We Ain’t Plastic ↓We Ain't Plastic

Woven Magazine ↓Woven Magazine

Frans Hals Museum ↓Frans Hals Museum

Stereo Super ↓Stereo Super

Abduzeedo ↓Abduzeedo

Grovemade ↓Grovemade

The Livesey Arms ↓The Livesey Arms

Thrivesolo ↓Thrivesolo

Agra Culture ↓Agra Culture

Hix Snedeker ↓Hix Snedeker

Caava Design ↓Caava Design

Janne Koivistoinen ↓Janne Koivistoinen

Brave People ↓Brave People

Enid ↓Enid

The Badass Project ↓The Badass Project

Fubiz ↓Fubiz

Superfluid ↓Superfluid

And now we pass it on to you…

Do you run a blog that has great typography? Did you achieve this by using a good combination of web-safe typefaces, using the right weights, line-height, etc…? Or did you use something like @font-face or Cufón? Let us know in the comments.

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