Changing Fonts

We’re a design-cen­tered stu­dio who shares a real pas­sion for typog­ra­phy and all its char­ac­ter­is­tics: from admea­sure­ment to spac­ing until hier­ar­chy. That’s why we have a strong focus on offer­ing you enough room in order to find the right match between the type lay­er and your unique brand­ing approach.

Changing the font style and characteristics

Using theme you can make dif­fer­ent font adjust­ments — change font fam­i­ly, weight, and size, set a let­ter spac­ing and choose a text dec­o­ra­tion. Depend­ing on what par­tic­u­lar text you’re will­ing to adjust, there’s a spe­cif­ic path for each one.


  • Lim­it your­self to only a few fonts: it’s best to stick with two fonts but if you’re feel­ing ambi­tious, three is the max­i­mum.
  • We rec­om­mend you to always use head­ings in order to cre­ate hier­ar­chy and coher­ence with­in the struc­ture of one page or anoth­er.

Use Premium Fonts

If you want to go even fur­ther, you can always appeal to cus­tom fonts. You can quick­ly make that hap­pen through seam­less inte­gra­tion with Fonto, our side-project. For fur­ther details, you can read this help­ful arti­cle about this plu­g­in.

This article applies to Border, Bucket, Fargo, Gema, Heap, Hive, Julia, Lens, Listable, Mies, Noah, Osteria, Patch, Pile, Rosa, Silk, and Timber as they share the same underlying structure.

Updated on October 27, 2017

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