The typefaces work well together or independently to create hierarchy and visual interest
on the page. See examples of how fonts can be sized and arranged in design.
Browse the type gallery to see a range of different font pairings, arrangements, sizes and
treatments of fonts.
Berlingske Serif Bold is ideal for headlines while Berlingske Sans helps readers move
effortlessly through paragraphs of body type. Karlie Extras Regular draws attention
to the number and leads the reader into the text.
Berlingske Sans Extra-Condensed, Extra-Bold, which is always used in all caps, is
perfectly suited for headlines. Berlingske Sans leads the reader into the copy that's
set in Berlingske Serif. The callout utilizes Karlie Extras Regular and Berlingske
Sans to create an eye-catching graphic element.
You can draw the reader through the text using a range of coordinated typefaces, sizes,
spacing and styling such as bullets.
Use pull quotes to break up expanses of text and to draw attention to key elements
in a story.
The two-word headline grabs attention while the subhead's use of both garnet and black
helps the subject's name stand out.
An alternate styling that's ideal for shorter, more succinct quotes. Weight variance
in the attribution helps the name stand out in comparison to their title.