If you’re a fan of fonts, you might have collected quite a few fun fonts in your font library. To see which one works best for your needs, you may be testing them out one at a time, finding your favorites and then comparing them side-by-side.
You can save lots of time by seeing how text looks in all of your fonts instantly. A website called wordmark.it lets you preview text in all of your fonts at once. Instead of typing text and choosing each font individually, you can type text and see how it looks in all of your fonts, allowing you to compare your fonts easily and efficiently.
Use wordmark.it to check out fonts for your website, resume, work or school projects, marketing materials, invitations, image quotes or other places where font matters. The website is free and you don’t need to register or sign up for an account to use it. You just type in your text to preview fonts from your font library instantly.
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How to Use Wordmark.it
Wordmark.it is a free website that instantly identifies which fonts you have in your font library. Type text into the box in the middle of the top menu and hit Enter. You’ll be shown the text in all the fonts in your font library. The fonts appear in alphabetical order so you can scroll down to find your favorite fonts.
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If you type a lot of text or have a lot of fonts, you may have to click the Load More Fonts button at the bottom of the screen to display the text in all of your fonts.
This site is very handy when you want to see how special characters look, such as numbers, punctuation, and other characters. Type the entire alphabet or just the characters you want to see.
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If you have a lot of fonts, seeing the text in all of your fonts may be a bit overwhelming. No worries, you can filter out your favorites so you can compare selected fonts side-by-side.
For example, let’s say you know you want to use a script font. Type your text in the box, hit Enter and it will appear in all of your fonts.
Click on the script fonts you want to compare, they’ll be highlighted by a green box. Then click filter selected on the right side of the top menu. Your text will appear below in the script fonts you’ve chosen.
You can narrow down your selections by removing any filtered fonts you don’t like. Hover your cursor over the upper right corner of the font box and a green Remove button will appear. Click on that Remove button to make that font disappear from your filtered font selections.
You can clear all of your selections by clicking deselect at the top of the screen.
If you’re working on a group project you can share your filtered fonts with others by clicking the Share & Get Feedback button below your selected fonts. You can share your selected fonts via Twitter, Facebook and/or email.
More Font Fun
Wordmark.it helps you compare fonts even more by giving you alternative ways of viewing your fonts. Click positive/negative to see your fonts in white on a black background. Click it again to go back to black font on a white background.
Click on aa/Aa/AA to see your font in lowercase, uppercase and a mix of both cases.
You can change the font size by clicking on the font size button to the right of the text box. Enter the number of the size font you want to see.
Click on the smaller/bigger button to see your fonts in larger or smaller sizes. The larger sizes are easier to see but not as many fonts will fit on your screen.
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You don’t need to sign up for an account with wordmark.it to preview your fonts, but you can sign up for a free account if you want to save your results.
Do you think font matters? Have you been adding to your font library? Do you like the idea of saving time by comparing your fonts side-by-side? Have you ever tried wordmark.it? Let us know in the Comments section below!