Google Fonts gets a facelift

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Google has just completely revamped it’s longstanding Google Fonts website with material design, making it easier and a lot more beautiful then ever to browse and try its huge library of open source fonts.  It’s no secret we use Google fonts tremendously especially in the web design world, although we do tend to stick our favorites now and then.  (Yes, we love Roboto)
The new system is incredibly easy to use and robust.

Give it a shot by visiting the Google Fonts Homepage

Here is what Google had to say about the redesign:

Today, Google fonts are viewed on the web over 15 billion times a day in over 135 languages worldwide. Over the last six years, the team has continued to commission new fonts, adding dimension and range to the directory. Now, Google Fonts is taking its commitment to design one step further with an updated directory—one that showcases typography and type designers while making fonts easy to explore and use. Using the Material Design framework, we created a design that scales across different screen sizes and devices, and updated the entire look and feel of the site, from the overall interactivity all the way down to the logo design.