‘Tiff’, A Typography Tool That Lets You Compare Fonts
Toronto-based designer Mu Ye has created a nifty new online app that lets you compare how letters look like in different fonts.
Called ‘Tiff’, it has been described as a “typeface diff tool that visually contrasts the differences between two fonts”.
To begin, simply select two fonts and four letters that you would like to compare.
Once selected, the app will display an overlap of the letters—showing you how different letters are in different fonts.
The app currently only supports fonts from Google Web Fonts library, but Ye is working to include more font sources.
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